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Saturday, August 16, 2014

Gecko Monitor Review

Gecko Monitor Review + 10 Software Winner Giveaway

  As computer monitoring goes, it seems that Gecko monitoring software knows what users want, and deliver it in a great package. Gecko Monitor is relatively new on the computer monitoring scene, but even so, it jumps straight to our number one spot for its impressive user friendliness, its powerful features, its incredible stealth and its refreshing value for money This is the best monitoring software i have see so far. 

Gecko Monitors feature list is solid and no frills. All the usual features are there, and as soon as you open the application for the first time you'll see the tabs from left to right for keystrokes, screenshots, websites, applications, printers, clipboard and files. The final tab is Timeline, which provides a brilliant, easy to understand timeline of activities. The keystroke monitoring logs everything by application, you simply click the application and view the logs. What sets Gecko apart from it's competitors is that you can not only see what was typed into certain browsers, you can also see which 'tab' or website the text was typed into.

The screenshots are viewed as thumbnails and can be double clicked to be expanded to full screen. The applications tab shows you the times & dates (as do all tabs) of all the applications used. Same goes for the websites tab. The printer tab shows you everything printed and the files tab shows all file activity, including saved & deleted files along with times and dates – this is great for monitoring when people are working and what they're working on.
The timeline feature is a great addition and shows an easy to understand graphical timeline of key events that have happened. These include keystrokes, websites visited, applications used and screenshots. This tab is great for getting an overview of everything that's happened.  i think this is the best on the market 


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