Are you being as productive as you think you are, or do you browse the internet all day? TimeTracker will tell you the truth.

TimeTracker keeps track of how much time you have spent looking at different programs on your computer. You can also create timers to remind you to stand up and move around or drink water every now and then, or just to tell you to stop browsing the internet so much.

Current status

TimeTracker is mostly feature complete. I had a plan to add a way to save and view "sessions" to track your time usage over a longer time, but it's not high on my priorities.

Someone reported the program crashing at startup, but gave no other information so I'm not sure what to do about it. It may be an issue that's specific to Windows 11 or something.

Linux version will most likely not be made because Linux works too differently. Windows has a very easy way to get the program name of the currently active window, but I have no idea how to do that on Linux.

Mac version not planned.


TimeTracker 1.0.2

Windows   Download - 1.89 MB

Report bugs/problems or request features: find my contact here.