TimeSheet: Free Time Management Software

If you have ever wondered about how productive you have been, or how much of your time has been consumed by a particular task on your system, TimeSheet can help. It is an application that allows a user to automatically record the time spent on particular projects or tasks, and present it in an easily understandable report.

This tool will mark what you do and how long you do in an unobtrusive, automated manner.

The application’s interface consists of a simple window that contains for menus; Report, Rules, Settings and Help. It also allows addition of projects and tasks, and shows a summary report as well.

TimeSheet

The good thing about TimeSheet is that if you have not defined any rules for a particular application, the software will automatically prompt you to define those rules once any new application is launched. You can choose to define the rules and save them, or simply ignore the application from bugging you again.


TimeSheet Rule

The program will track your working with each individual application and display it as a report as per your choosing. There is a variety of report formats to choose from.

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The options offered are numerous and so are the possibilities, key features include:

  • Real time logging of tasks and projects;
  • Use rules to automatically determine the task and project working on;
  • No data entry- unless you want to add something specific;
  • Less time spend on administration;
  • Accurate project budget control;
  • Increase your profits: bill the registered hours you easily would forget;
  • Improve your productivity;
  • Track billable and non-billable working hours accurately;
  • Automatic attendance logging;
  • Use historic recorded data to allow for better future project budgeting;
  • Reports can be exported to Excel;
  • Extremely easy to use.

This tool was tested on Windows 7 x86 OS. It should work with all versions of Windows above 2000.

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  • Muhammad Mustafa

    Hi Aatif
    Just wondering how can we apply this on a broader scope and when will u put this proposal on the table of SNl’s Managment.

  • xNewBx

    Looks interesting. However, the download page seems to be broken. I am getting a HTTP Error 404, after trying many times.

    • http://www.businessrunner.net/timesheet/ O. Pistorius

      Hi xNewBx,

      Due to a rush on downloading the application, the server server got to busy sometimes. This problem has been fixed, so please try downloading again.

      Regards,

      O. Pistorius,
      developer of the TimeSheet application

  • Dave Therave

    Gives error 1004 on an XP install and therefore does not completely install. Other than that it would be great to try.

  • Victor

    Hi O.Pistorius

    Where does Timesheet store it’s Timesheet data? I would like to be able to make this data portable. I would like to be able to copy the rules and Timesheet to another machine. Thanks – great program!

    • http://www.businessrunner.net/timesheet/ O. Pistorius

      The TimeSheet data is stored in a SQLite database.

      On a Vista or Windows 7 machine, that will be at the location :
      C:\Users\\AppData\Local\TimeSheet\TimeSheet.sqlite

      On XP at:
      C:\Documents and Settings\\Local Settings\Application Data\TimeSheet\TimeSheet.sqlite

  • Tony

    I cant seem to get this application to run on windows 7 or server 2008. I looks like the perfect time sheeting system to me. I would like to contact the developer but can find nothing on the site about contacting them. I would love to integrate this system into my current method and possibly sync it with my Cashboard account. :). I am a .Net developer and would be willing to write this code if needed. Here is part of the error message:
    See the end of this message for details on invoking
    just-in-time (JIT) debugging instead of this dialog box.

    ************** Exception Text **************
    System.OutOfMemoryException: Exception of type ‘System.OutOfMemoryException’ was thrown.
    at System.String.Replace(String oldValue, String newValue)
    at Reeb.SqlOM.SqlExpression.String(String val)
    at m.a(String A_0, String A_1, Boolean A_2)
    at p.b(String A_0)
    at p.a(InsertQuery A_0)
    at m.a(String A_0, String A_1, Boolean A_2)
    at p.b(String A_0)

  • TrgContact

    This is one fantastic programme, and the developer is quick to respond if you have any issues(which had I read the help correctly I wouldn’t have had).

  • TrgContact

    This is one fantastic programme, and the developer is quick to respond if you have any issues(which had I read the help correctly I wouldn’t have had).