Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Gecko Monitor Software Review & Give Away

I received a free copy of Gecko Monitor Software to review. I ran a test on my pc and took a photo of my screen shot to show you just what the software is capable of picking up. It's quite a handy little tool.

This software allows you to monitor your pc access while you are away from home or allowing your child to use your computer. It's perfect for families who share a pc and who want to keep track of your child's internet activity and so much more. The way the software works is that is stores a series of screenshots of everything that has been done on your pc while you are away. You install it on your system,and it runs in the background undetected. The only way a person would know it's there,if from the icon on the desktop.

As you can see from the photo,this takes screen shots of just about everything. Keystrokes,web sites that were visited,files that were printed,files that were opened,desktop applications, and clipboard usage and gives you a timeline logged report to see when your pc was used and what was done at what time.

This software is compatible with Windows 2000,XP,7,and 8. I have 8.1 and it ran with no problems.

As a special promotion,the makers of Gecko Monitor software are offering 10 free copies to readers of my blog. So for the first 10 respondents to my blog,you will each get a registration code for your very own copy.

Thanks for reading!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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