Installation Instructions


Online Documentation

How to Track the Time You Spend Online


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Whether you simply want to improve your productivity or you need to fill in a timesheet, you need to know how you spend your time. TimeSprite shows you how much time you spent on different activities on your computer.

TimeSprite records the titles of the active window as you work, and intelligently groups similar titles to report how you spent your time.

You can assign the recorded window titles to your own groups to create a timesheet.

For more screenshots see the Online Documentation

Be more productive

The first step in making more productive use of your time is understanding how you currently use it.

Most people have little idea of how much time they spend on different tasks. There are many distractions on your computer that can take time away from productive work. How much time do you spend responding to email, surfing the web, reading blogs etc. and how much do you spend on your important projects? TimeSprite can tell you the answer. (If you want to know!)

Once you have a clear picture of how you spend your time, you can decide where you need to make changes. For example, you might find processing your email once per day instead of keeping your mail program open all the time is more efficient. You can even set reminders to pop up after you have spent a certain amount of time on an activity.

Make timesheets simple

Having an automatic record of how much time you spent on different activities makes filling out timesheets much easier. You can view activities by day, week or month or set your own period. You can see the total time for that period as well as the times for each activity.


Obviously, keeping a record of your activities on the computer raises privacy concerns. TimeSprite is intended as a personal time management tool, rather than as a way for others to monitor your activities. TimeSprite has several features to address privacy issues:

System requirements

TimeSprite runs on Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Vista.

TimeSprite costs $34.95 (US)

Money back promise: If you are unhappy with TimeSprite, we will refund your money within 45 days of purchase, no questions asked.