Have you ever wondered just what your kids are doing on their computers when they are in their rooms with the door closed … or maybe when they are home before you get home to monitor their computer use? Maybe you even wonder what your spouse does on the computer?
Now I don’t want to bring up anti-trust issues but sometimes there is a need to know what’s going on in your own home. You might want to keep track of the sites your kids visit for their own good. They could be talking with strangers on Myspace or other sites that want to do them harm.
This is where a software device called the keystroke recorder comes in handy. You can track everything from every thing input into a keyboard- emails, things filled out on websites, or even passwords, and you can see what sites were visited as well. If you are interested in learning more visit the Spectorsoft site and read all about their keystroke recorder.