There are many cases when you possibly want to know what others do onto the computer (now I mean fair cases only!). For example, its your home computer and you want to control your children protecting them from dangerous contacts and unnecessary activities. Or you want to know what are those mysterious contacts in your husbands IM, and what is he speaking with «colleagues» of at 3 AM. Or, its a computer of your employee and you suspect hes doing some malicious or unrelated to work actions. Or, its a shared office computer and you want to know its use who and how interacts with it There are many cases. There is one tool: Eye Spy Pro.
Once installed, the software can be turned into Capture or Stealth Capture mode (manually or automatically, or by schedule), when it collects information on the computer usage. After having gathered a certain amount of information, surveyor analyzes its every aspect. There are views from a perspective of keystrokes, launched programs and visited websites and stream of every-minute screenshots as well, but the most interesting view is «real time playback»: you can see all that the surveyed computer user saw or did in exact order of every step.
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