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Activity Timer 1.0

Reusable .NET component with full source to detect idle/active time by checking


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  • Last Updated: Jul 6, 2009
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 7/Vista/2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Activity Timer is a Desktop Utilities software developed by Arian Kulp. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Activity Timer:

Edit By BS Editor: Reusable .NET component with full source to Detect idle/active time by checking keyboard/mouse input. Comes bundled with basic proof-of-concept app. Great for seeing how active you really are!

Have you ever wondered how much you work in a day? You might keep track of when you start and stop, but do you really keep track of every interruption? In this project, learn about how to keep track of user activity and see how to build a component to add to the Visual Studio toolbox.

I’ve built time-tracking applications before, but I’m not that great at using them. It seems that I just can’t remember to pause and resume the timer consistently enough. If I keep it logged in while I run to the store, it’s not all that accurate!

This project uses the Win32 API call that you can use to get a handle on user activity. To be more useful, I decided to also add the necessary Glue to expose the features as a component to add to your applications from the Visual Studio toolbox, much as a Timer or StatusBar control is used. This makes it easy to wire up the properties and events with less coding later.

This has been tested all the way up to Windows 7.
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