Information... invaluable! Most applications do their best to protect you from data loss. Word processors create backup copies of files, web browsers remember logins and passwords that you enter on Web pages. Password applications help you store your passwords, backup managers let you backup anything. Still, how is it that you still spend your precious time recovering pieces of precious info? How is it that you lose your data once in a while? Is there a better way? I was happily surprised to find a freeware program that does just what I want. This application is called REFOG Free Keylogger. Despite its weird name, the application has nothing to do with spying. It simply tracks all programs that you use on your own computer, the titles of their windows, all text you type, and more. What if you are writing an e-mail. Then something goes wrong and you've got to write the same text from scratch. Do you have to? With REFOG Free Keylogger, you will never lose any of your text, whether it was written in a web browser or any in any other application. Just open Refog's log. You will see all your data right there. When I need to copy several fragments of text from a web site or a Word document. Windows clipboard only allows you tolets you copy one part of text at a time. I use REFOG Free Keylogger to copy as many pieces of text at a time any way I wish. I just copy them all into the Windows clipboard and end up with it all in my REFOG log. Forgot the URL of that page? Why haven't you bookmarked it? I was guessing URLs as you do. But now I know that my REFOG Free Keylogger saves them all for me. Yes, it also tracks the addresses of all the Web sites that you open. Did I mention passwords? All my passwords and registration keys are also automatically monitored now!
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