WhatPulse 2.3.1 – 2.4 Beta 1 Freeware

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WhatPulse 2.3.1 - 2.4 Beta 1 FreewareWhatPulse is a compact software application whose purpose is to help you keep track of your keyboard and mouse actions, downloading and uploading speed, as well as system uptime. Although it comprises many dedicated parameters, it sports a clean and straightforward layout that lets you set up the dedicated parameters with minimum effort. The “Overview” panel provides general information about the total number of pressed keys and clicks, space usage data, downloading and uploading speed, as well as total uptime details.  What’s more, the program lets you view the total number of keystrokes and clicks for different periods of time (e.g. today, yesterday, over a month or year), analyze the information in a graph, and check the total number of keys and clicks for each application. WhatPulse reveals details about the IP address, name of the active network interface, current downloading and uploading speed, and bandwidth usage (current, average, and maxim values). Other notable characteristics worth mentioning are represented by the possibility to view data about your computer uptime, total number of reboot sessions, sort the reboot information by date, and check the applications’ total active time. When it comes to configuration settings, you can make the utility run at Windows startup, hide automatic popups, perform automatic pulsing operations at a user-defined number of keys and clicks, create an ignore list, as well as set up proxy parameters. During our testing we have noticed that WhatPulse carries out a task quickly, and no errors showed up throughout the entire process. It is quite friendly with system resources, so the overall performance of the computer is not affected. All in all, WhatPulse proves to be a reliable application that comprises a complete suite of tools, and is suitable for beginners and professionals alike.
WhatPulse is a handy and reliable utility designed to discover and track your keyboard and mouse usage, your downloads / uploads and system uptime. You can also use the program to see what programs you use the most. Furthermore, the application can send your statistics to the WhatPulse website, where you can analyze your computer usage and compare your stats to other people. WhatPulse opens a so-called “keyhook” when it’s booted, which listens to incoming Windows messages about the keyboard, the keyhook sends these messages to the program itself, and the program first determines if the key pressed is a proper key (Every standard keyboards’ keys are counted) and then simply does PreviousKeyCount + 1.
What’s New 
  • NEW Export functionalities!
  • NEW Export your keyboard & mouse heat maps
  • NEW Export network bandwidth history per application, interface or originating country
  • NEW Export the uptime of your applications and computer restarts
  • NEW Use the buttons directly on the tabs, or use the advanced (premium) Export Wizard
  • NEW The advanced Export Wizard provides all possible data exports!
  • NEW Add a menu to the tray icon for quickly enabling and disabling statistics
  • NEW Add an option for auto pulsing on every hour
  • NEW Show exactly what your auto pulse settings do for you, in human terms
  • NEW Add window with all the available fun facts, which can be opened by clicking the fact icon or text
  • IMPROVED Upgraded to Qt5 for better overall performance and memory management
  • IMPROVED Multiple interface improvements to improve the user experience
  • IMPROVED Multiple performance tweaks; lesser database usage, more caching
  • IMPROVED Change tray icon to alert when the client is not logged in

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