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is there a file or program that logs each time you boot up or down or either?
further more, a log that tracks program use as well?
i want to see what happens behind my back muhahah.
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bump.
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Just an FYI, but bumping your post to try to get preferential treatment (aka faster service) will not work and is not allowed on these boards. Please wait until someone replies. If no one replies then no one really knows either what you are talking about or they have no idea how to fix it. While you wait take a look around Google and see if you can't find the information you need yourself.

Thanks,

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thought this forum was active enuf for at least 1 reply within 24 hours.
guess i was mistaken.
take your time and ty.
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Sure it's active enough, active enough to get over 5,000 post a day, but you have to remember, all the VOLUNTEERS here have other obligations to tend to as well. Just please be patient.

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there are many programs on the internet that could record what happens on your machine.
There is a program installed by Microsoft which records any reports from your system and applications, its called event viewer.
Other applications which are available form the internet called keyloggers. I have never used them but Google is your buddy

Good luck.
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