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  • RescueTime icon

    RescueTime

    Understand exactly how you spend your time and attention, with no data entry. Get Smarter with Effortless Time Tracking With no data entry, know exactly what...

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Web Android

    • Nowhere near the same amount of detail offered. Guest • Feb 2016 Disagree   Agree
  • Project Hamster icon

    Project Hamster

    Project Hamster is time tracking for individuals. It helps you to keep track on how much time you have spent during the day on activities you choose to track.

    Open Source Linux

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    • ManicTime monitors the activities on the computer, Project Hamster does not monitor the programs in the foreground. In addition, every task change must be done manually. Is not the same thing. Guest • Jan 2017 Disagree   Agree
  • Harvest icon

    Harvest

    Let’s get to work. Spend less time tracking and more time doing. Love your job. Like your timesheets. Whether it’s from the web, your smartphone or another...

    Freemium Mac Web Android iPhone

  • Tick icon

    Tick

    Track Time. Hit Budgets. It's That Simple. Straightforward time tracking software to help your team run more profitable projects. Time is your Inventory In the...

    Freemium Mac Windows Web Android iPhone ... Apple Watch

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  • Time Doctor icon

    Time Doctor

    Time Management Software that guarantees your staff are actually working. Manage remote staff from anywhere in the world with this unique productivity suite. Provides...

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... iPhone Chrome OS Android Tablet iPad

  • DeskTime icon

    DeskTime

    DeskTime is a real-time automatic time tracking software that tracks and analyzes your productivity by sorting the different applications that you or our employees use...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... iPhone

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  • timeEdition icon

    timeEdition

    timeEdition is targeted at all users in a computer workplace who value detailed documentation of their working hours, whether they use it for customer billing or for...

    Free Android

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  • apps tracker icon

    apps tracker

    Track your computer usage: apps tracker automatically records all the applications you have used and for how long.

    Free Windows

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  • aTimeLogger icon

    aTimeLogger

    Application for tracking your everyday activities. Spending only a few minutes a day on this app you will get daily, weekly and monthly statistics in the form of...

    Commercial Android iPhone iPad

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  • Klok icon

    Klok

    Keep track of anything with Klok's simple work timer and visual display of how your days "fill up".

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux

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  • Timing icon

    Timing

    Timing is the best way to keep track of the time you spend with your Mac. Find out where your time goes - without ever having to start a timer again! The free...

    Freemium Mac

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  • WatchMe icon

    WatchMe

    WatchMe is a free (premium available) simple timer program to time a number of different tasks or events together or indepenedently of each other. .

    Free Windows

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ManicTime Comments

I like it - keeps track of time, does graphs. RescueTime ta ...

Comment by Boris
about ManicTime Jun 2011

I like it - keeps track of time, does graphs. RescueTime takes up less CPU though.

Re: artaha
Odd; so far, it's taken no more than 60MB of RAM, and it goes down and up, it's not always increasing. Maybe if I run it for many MANY hours? Maybe they've fixed the bug you're talking about? Try a newer release :)

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Realy good program, much better than rescue time, but it ea ...

Comment by arkaha
about ManicTime Jun 2011

Realy good program, much better than rescue time, but it eats my RAM, in tray it gets 300 mb of ram, and 900 mb of virtual memory.. it's too much i think

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