WinOMeter – Measure your daily keyboard / mouse activity

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Sitting in the office all day face to the computer, whether you calculated how long one day’s work is? How many times the keyboard pressed? Or how far you moved the mouse (in meters)? If you wanna find the answer, might as well try WinOMeter this little tool, it allows to record all of these.

WinOMeter is a statistical applet which specially designed to record the mouse displacements and keystrokes, it records all activities of mouse and keyboard. The statistical report of every day will be saved into the history, over some time later, you are able to get a average statistical data of your daily activity.

BTW, you can easily set it up to be automatically loaded on system startup if you would like to capture all your activities.

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