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Job Timer 4.8.4

Keep track of how much time you spend on a job and figure out the costs.

Job Timer





  • Version:4.8.4
  • Date Added:11/11/2011 7:51:18 PM
  • License:Shareware
  • Price:$49.95
  • Total Downloads:207
  • Last Week Downloads:3
  • Operating System:Windows Vista/XP/2000/98/Me

Publisher's description

Job Timer Job Timer is designed to keep track of how much time you spend on a job.It helps you figure out the cost of a job. Editable fields so you can name your section and price and customizable for each customer. It also includes a built in printable Invoice. Job Timer is like your Personal Assistant for the computer, It will Start programs automatically for you, it will keep track of your computer usage (mouse clicks and keyboard strokes) Warns you if you use it too much. Lets you know when your first break, lunch time and Second break, and it will let you know when it's time to go home. It has as a built-in alarm to let you know of an upcoming event. It keeps track of your time spent on the computer; adds up your costs for each job then it prints out an invoice. Tracks Entry's in a log, you can make notes to your entry's as you wish, edit your notes and it will track your Invoices for you. Job Timer Automatically Stops the timer if you walk away from the computer and it will resume when you come back. A reminder to let you know that if the timer has stopped and your on the computer it will Ask you if you are working on the current project loaded. If you walk away from the computer for a long period of time then instead of starting the clock automatically it will ask you if you are working on the current project loaded. All this in one Little program, and the important thing to remember here is that it's not complicated, it's as easy as "Start, Stop and Print, Job Timer does the rest for you.

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