Timesheet Recorder Pro 1.0.9 Timesheet Recorder Pro allows you to easily track how you spend time at your computer. Your work time is recorded and organized by customer, project, and activity. Once recorded, your work can be reviewed in on a calendar or printed in a timesheet.
Description: One of the things that has always bugged us is a cluttered desktop. We work hard to keep our desktops clean and tidy but more and more icons pile up. So, we put our heads together to come up with an answer: hide them! Our DeskClear software allows you to show or hide all of your desktop icons as needed. Also, you can see all of your desktop icons in an alphabetized popup menu. You can even instantly hide all of your windows to see your desktop, then pop them all right back with just a keystroke.
Try it free for 15 days starting today. We're sure you'll enjoy having a cleaner, more organized desktop.
When you purchase CleanDesk you'll receive free upgrades for the same major version number. That means that all version 1.X downloads of CleanDesk will work with your product key. When version 2.X comes out you will recieve a substantial discount on that upgrade.
All of our software is guaranteed to be 100% spyware and malware free. You are our customer and we appreciate your business. You can count on us to treat you honestly and fairly.
* Personal Computer running Windows XP, Vista, 2003, or later
* At least 50MB free disk space
* At least 512MB memory
* Screen with at least 15 bit color quality and 1024x768 resolution
DESKonTOP 2.40.151 Solve window clutter, speed-launch desktop shortcuts and easily access icons on your desktop with just two mouse clicks. No need to minimize or move windows around. No
PC Desktop Cleaner. Unclutter it now! 1.0.3 PC Desktop Cleaner cleans your desktop, storing your files in a special folder. It creates an index so you can quickly and easily find any file. Advanced users can define rules
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