I'm Simon Haynes. programmer and author.
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My free software includes

FCharts 2
RMP3
TrackAMinute2
yCopy2
yEdit2
yPlay2
yRead3
yTimer2
yWriter6


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TrackAMinute2
by Spacejock Software
WinXP & above / Mono 2.4 & above


The program is all about time tracking. To set it up you add your clients, add the projects you're working on, and then add tasks to each project. In day-to-day use, you select a given task and click the 'Start' button to tell the program what you're working on. It will automatically suspend the previous task and begin timing this one.

TrackAMinute2 is free to download and use, but you're encouraged to register your copy if you find it useful.

If you need a customised version, contact me and we'll work something out.

Fast, sortable, multiple time format display, robust.
It's a great tool that is the perfect consultant's companion.
P.M. (Aus)


The idea is to track exactly how many days, hours and minutes were spent on given tasks within projects, and for which clients. TrackAMinute2 will then generate reports which can be copied and pasted into your invoices, giving your clients a detailed account of the time spent on their project.

TrackAMinute2 is all about simplicity. Two clicks is all it takes to switch tasks, and a simple status window displays the current task along with elapsed time.

TrackAMinute2 was developed with feedback from professionals, but you're welcome to suggest new features.

Who is it useful for?
TAM is ideally suited to small business owners & professionals, for example:

Quantity Surveyors
Structural Engineers
Hydraulic Engineers
Mechanical Engineers
Electrical Engineers
Surveyors
Acoustic Engineers
etc.
Also valuable for any office worker charging a client by the hour or day. Other examples:

Architect
Draftsperson
Building Designer
Landscape Designer
Interior Designer
etc.
TrackAMinute2 can also be used to keep track of your NaNoEdMo hours. Hey, it's free, so why not?