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    Hi

    I have a lot of odds and ends of utilities and other software on my computer and would like to find some way to log how many times I use each peice of software.

    Has anyone got a favourite software that can give me my application software useage over a period, possibly months so I can trim down all the stuff I have installed but rarely use.

    Thanks in advance... Colin

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    Express Software Manager
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    Hi

    Found a free tool Desktop Central 7.

    The download is common for free and trial editions. It will first install as a trial edition without any restriction for 30 days. After the trial period expires, it automatically gets converted to a free version, which can only manage up to 25 computers.
    Seems like most of the tools are enterprise oriented.

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    Thanks for the suggestions, I'll try them out.

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