Rampell Software LLC
has released TypeRecorder X for Mac OS X. Like its “cousin” that runs on the traditional Mac operating system, it records all keystrokes typed and applications used on your Mac.
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TypeRecorder X automatically saves all work to a daily log file, which can be retrieved in case of a computer or software crash (though this is less likely than with the classic Mac operating system). Since TypeRecorder X records all keystrokes along with the applications they were typed in and the time they were typed, it simplifies the reconstruction of any lost work or returning to an earlier draft of a document — even if you forget to save.
TypeRecorder X also provides a record of computer use, and allows you to always look back and see what you (or somebody else) were doing on a specific date. Since TypeRecorder stores everything as text, a year’s worth of computer activity can be stored in just a few megabytes, and searched in a few seconds, according to
TypeRecorder X works on the operating system level, so it records everything irrespective of which user is logged in. It’s also configurable, so you can specify a password, recording interval time, recording data directory, and more. TypeRecorder X requires Mac OS X 10.1 or higher and costs US$29.99.