TimeSlice for Windows

TimeSlice for Windows

TimeSlice for Windows is used for recording time tasks on Windows 2000, XP,
 
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TimeSlice for Windows is used for recording time tasks on Windows 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7. TimeSlice is useful for consultants, attorneys, graphic designers, or anyone who bills for time, or just wants a simple solution for keeping track of time events. Click a button to start recording time, and click again to stop. Each time record contains start/stop date and time values, as well as client, category, project, hourly rate and other related information. All major functions are accessible via a tool bar, and the main window can be reduced to a very small size. The time-tracking data can be sorted, and exported to other software applications.

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