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License:
Freeware (Free)
Size:
873 KB
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Downloads:
1978
Platform:
Windows 2000/Vista/XP
Publisher:
Orange Lamp(more)
Publisher's Descriptions
TimeStamp is a time reporting utility that helps to keep track of working time. Comes fully equipped with the sampled sound of the retired LM Ericsson time recording machines, that was very common in Sweden during the last century. There is also an workaholic setting that reminds you to go home when the working day is over (comes with snooze function). Export feature to Microsoft Excel or a comma separated text file.



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What's New
Added possibility to have workdays in minutes and solved bugs with file exports not working as expected.

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