Keylogger Lite is a software tool that can be used in order to let individuals know how others use their computer, by keeping track of all keyboard activity, visited websites and conducted searches.
You come by a pretty well-organized and clean layout, as it consists of a small menu bar, a few buttons, some check boxes and a pane in which to view work status. Extensive Help contents are provided, thus ensuring that anybody can work with Keylogger Lite, including users with little experience.
Moreover, it is non-obtrusive, as it goes in the system tray from the first launch, and there is even a stealth mode you can activate.
Firstly, you should know that during the installation process, you are required to input a master passkey, and it might be a good idea to remember this one, as you cannot change it later on. It is also possible to make the application invisible in the Windows Control Panel.
This utility enables you track the keyboard, search queries (e.g. Google, Rambler, Yandex), websites and the Clipboard, yet you can also choose not to log the activity from any of these items. Furthermore, it is possible to run this process on a custom schedule.
You can set up a password for the logs, so as to be sure it is safe from prying eyes, as well as view them in another window and save them to the hard drive using an XML or HTML extension. A search function is available and you can add particular apps to Favorites.
To conclude, Keylogger Lite is a pretty simple, yet useful piece of software, dedicated to both beginners and highly experienced people. The amount of resources necessary is pretty low at all times, while the response time is good. We did not come across any errors, bugs or freezes.