How To Use Keylogger Software
Keylogger software has many uses. From monitoring the family computer to keep track on what your kids are visiting online, to monitoring office computers when you suspect employees of spending too much time online shopping instead of doing work. Once installed, keylogger software can be used to monitor exactly what's been happening on that computer, and in fact, the name keylogger has now been replaced with computer monitoring software because of the software's wide ranging features.
Keyloggers (or Computer Monitoring Software) can be downloaded and installed from the internet in a few minutes, and once installed will run completely hidden, monitoring every aspect of computer use in your office or home. You'll be able to open the software using a key combination and password that you set when installing the software (usually something like control+alt+a, so that it's not accidentally pressed by a user), and from there you'll be able to look through a variety of reports.
The reports that you'll be able to skim through include all websites visited, all applications used, all keystrokes typed, all document/file activity and anything printed. You'll also be able to look through a variety of screenshots, taken periodically at a time interval that you can set (usually something like every 30 seconds) or taken whenever a new window or website becomes active. This ensures you'll be able to actually look at every website the user visits. Every activity logged in the report will be tagged with the date and time of the activity. Everything will be organised in a way that makes it easy to look through the reports and get a quick glance at what's been going on while you were away.
The features mentioned above are ones that you'll find in most keyloggers (computer monitoring software) available online, although some will have a few less, and some will have a few more. Another feature that will probably come in handy is the remote reporting function, which allows you to have the reports emailed to you, so that there's no need to actually log into the monitored machine. You'll be able to set a time interval at which the reports will be sent, and look through them at a different location.
If you'd like to take a look at some keyloggers yourself, most of them have a free trial. At the moment Gecko Monitor is rated number one on this keyloggers reviews site . You can look through reviews of other keylogger on the site, to find one that suits your needs.
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