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CCTime v1.01
CCTime v1.01 Simple, unobtrusive time tracking software for Windows CCTime is a utility to help track how much time you spend on different tasks during your work day. Tracking time is tedious, so focus lies on simplicity and automation. CCTime stays out of your way while still being readily accessible, so you can focus on actual work. CC is short for Click Click, because two clicks is all it takes to register time on a task! CCTime sits in your system tray and automatically hides when not in use. You can see how much time you've spent in total each day, and how much of that time has not yet been assigned to tasks. For each week you can get a report, summarizing your work that week. Usage CCTime sits quietly in the system tray. Click the icon to show the main window: At a glance: Total time automatically ticks. It shows how much time you've been working each day Click the (+) button to add a task As you work throughout the day, click the buttons next to tasks to distribute time Unaccounted time = Total time - Time allocated to tasks. (0 means all time is accounted for!) Click (#) to show a weekly summary report Clicking outside the window automatically hides CCTime. Use the pin (/) to stay on top That's the basics. Start using CCTime or read on to learn the details! CCTime shows one day at a time Typically this is today's date, but you can view and modify old dates too Change day using the arrow buttons (<) and (>) Click the date label ("Monday June 1" above) for a calendar view ...
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