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WinLogger 3.11

Over 50% of server outages are caused by human error.


Last Week downloads: 1
Total downloads: 373
  • Last Updated: May 19, 2008
  • License: Others $60
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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WinLogger is a Security software developed by Blinc Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for WinLogger:

EditByBrothersoft: Wondering why your server just crashed?....Over 50% of server outages are caused by human error. Minimize server DownTime and save time and money with our activity Logging Software. Winlogger SE detects and records configuration changes for easy troubleshooting. Reconstruct the cause of your crash by examining the chronological sequence of events in tabular format or with our screenshot playback option!
This product will keep a user Audit Log of your computer. Everything the user does on the machine, Winlogger will keep track of, along with screen snapshots. The History of the user is crystal clear. A readable tabular format of the history is shown within the last 5 minutes, the last day, or 10 days ago. An export to HTML can be generated to Analysis what the user has done. By using this tool, you can determine what actions caused a problem. Help Desk personel can troubleshoot exactly what happened to cause the problem. Never have an end user tell you "....I'm not sure what I did..." See in a clear way what happen. Here is an example of a simple log.
Also, if you right click on a row, you will see the screen snapshot at that moment. You can zoom-in, see where the user clicked, know exactly what happened.
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