Are you curious to know more details about your computer use or you want a competition with others to set up about who has the most keystrokes to realize? WhatPulse combines both statistical data as the element of play in one free program.
WhatPulse is a free service for both Linux, Mac and Windows user statistics collects, such as how many keys you play, where on the screen you get the most clicks, what applications you use most, how much data you upload and download and how long you are sitting at your computer.
When you create an account or with Facebook log in then you can directly compare results with others. The battle is made on the basis of three metrics: clicks (mouse clicks), keys (keystrokes), and miles (distances are covered with mouse). Is this useful? Not really, but a lot of people find it entertaining, and also in teams fought. Nice to have the company compete against another department, customer, or supplier. This would also have a positive influence on the productivity in the organization.
In addition to the free account, there is also a paid subscription for users that information is often refreshed to see heatmaps online sites and bandwidth usage per application uitgeplitst want to see.
People who worry about keyloggers are by the creators reassured. The software records how many keys there will be excited, but not which keys these are.
WhatPulse has the following characteristics:
You can free download WhatPulse and safe install the latest trial or new full version for Windows 10 (x32, 64 bit, 86) from the official site.
Devices: Desktop PC, Laptop (ASUS, HP, DELL, Acer, Lenovo, MSI), Ultrabook
OS: Professional, Enterprise, Education, Home Edition, versions: 1507, 1511, 1607, 1703, 1709, 1803, 1809