Easy Work Time Calculator 3.0
Easy Work Time Calculator is a simple and easy to use worktime calculator.
It can calculate/count the time consumption of your works by seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months and years. The numbers of date time elements are refreshed automatically on the main interface, and you can set the refreshing frequency. With this program, you can Start, Rename, Delete, Pause, Restart and Stop your works, it provides you with a quick filter (according to work status (Started, Paused and Finished), began time (yesterday and today, last week) and an advanced filter (according to work name and custom began time) to see your works listing conveniently. Also, copying the value of any field, data backup/restoring features are provided. Of course, some useful options are built-in: refreshing frequency, precision of the numbers of years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds, font name and size of the works listing, foreground colors of different work status. The basic usage is: 1. Click "New" button when you start a new work. 2. If this work will be interrupted by other things (such as answering the phone, going to the bathroom), just click "Paused" button. 3. After done other things and begin to continue to do this work, click "Restart" button. 4. Once this work is finished, click "Stop" button to stop counting time. If you are very strict, or you have the requirement about worktime management (voluntary or be required), or you like to record the work time for some important works, it may be useful.
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