REFOG Personal Monitor


License: Free to try
Downloads: 286
Op. System: WinXP,Windows2000,Windows2003,Windows Tablet PC Edition 2005,Windows Media Center Edition 2005,Windo
Last updated: 12-04-2008
File size: 4.97 MB
Publisher: ReFog Software
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Editor's review REFOG Personal Monitor

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REFOG Personal Monitor can help you in monitoring the activities of any advanced users of computers and also helps in disciplining employees. It performs lots of functions ranging from interception and monitoring of keystroke, recording of launched applications and lots more. It ensures everything done by your family members on your PC or by your employees is properly recorded. The REFOG Personal Monitor can also alert you whenever any specific keyword is typed in. It also gives you feedback on such activities. At the end of the day, the productivity of your employees will be improved a great deal with the monitoring effect of REFOG Personal Monitor. If your employees are playing games instead of working, the software gives you feedback on all these activities. The operation performed by REFOG Personal Monitor is completely unseen. You will have to authorize it before it can be uninstalled. It is very easy to see what had been done on the computer in your absence, even if the person deletes such actions. You are at the office or you are not, you will be able to monitor their activities. Everything they do will be sent to you via email. As if the above is not enough, the software is built to take snapshot of things done on the computer in your absence. It is left for you to decide on how many applications you want REFOG Personal Monitor to monitor for you. Once such selected applications are launched, the software will alert you about that and will also show you what is being done on such application. Access to certain applications can also be limited using the software. It is the best for your small office use as well as your home use. It is also the best for tracking your kids and their computer habits.

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