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My software development team is looking for a very simple time-tracking/timesheet app, with the following requirements:

  • Free
  • Possibility to define multiple projects
  • Basic, clean calendar interface
  • Standalone, meaning not cloud-based, no login, just install it on your machine and your data stays there

Machines have Windows 7/10. About the price, since we are evaluating time-tracking processes we are looking for something free, for now. I've already saved some paid applications for the future.

There are a lot of beautiful apps around, but they are web-based or standalone with online login and we don't want to rely on a remote infrastructure. We will consider them in a near future after this "offline test" phase.

I've found only one app that perfectly fits my needs: Spinso TimeTracker Lite. The problem? It is really unstable... lots of application errors and so on. Anything else around?

  • Short question: What engine does your machine run on? And what is your price limit if it comes to paid software? – Izzy Feb 24 '17 at 10:53
  • Machines have Windows 7/10, what other kinds of "engines" are you referring to? If talking about locale web servers then no, there aren't. About the price, since we are evaluating time-tracking processes we are looking for something free, for now. I've already saved some paid applications for the future. – TheUnexpected Feb 24 '17 at 16:14
  • Exactly that, Alessandro – so thanks for the update! I was so free as to integrate that with your question to make it easier to spot. Good luck then! – Izzy Feb 24 '17 at 16:38
  • Have you tried Rachota? It is not web based but runs from USB drive, though. But it is free and lets you define multiple projects. – Alex Aug 7 '17 at 18:30

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