Monitor Windows Applications with Kiwi 1.2
Article by George Norman
On 13 Jan 2009
Kiwi application monitor version 1.2, which comes in a free-of-cost version, is a software program designed to keep a close eye on your machine’s usage, and by that I mean the software will track Windows and user activity as well as processes and applications usage.

According to the developer of Kiwi 1.2, the software is very easy to use. All you have to do is download the program (download location available at the bottom of the article), run the kiwi_setup.exe, and then run the program itself. If you don’t want to bother with this manual program launch, you could always set up Kiwi 1.2 to autostart when Windows boots up.


What info will Kiwi 1.2 provide on the currently monitored applications/processes? Here is a quick list:
- The time the application was launched.
- For how long the application has been up and running.
- The average time an application has run during one session/one day/one active day.
- The maximum time an application has run during one session/one active day.
- How much memory an application eats up on average or at the current moment of monitoring.
- The maximum amount of memory an application has taken up.

Here are a few tasks that Kiwi 1.2 can perform:
- It can provide statistics such as “user’s activity” and “keys pressed”.
- It can shut down an application when said application exceeds its allocated memory load, CPU time, or after a certain amount of time.
- It can turn off your machine when the application you specify shuts down.
- It can issue an alert whenever an application starts/ends or whenever an application exceeds its allocated memory load/CPU time.

Kiwi application monitor version 1.2 comes in two versions: Kiwi Free, which as the name suggests will not cost you a thing, and Kiwi Pro, which will set you back $37. I would suggest getting the free version, putting it to the test, and if you really like the software and believe Kiwi Pro’s additional features will come in handy, only then purchase it.

If you would like to be made aware of some other software programs that are designed for monitoring purposes, take a look that the following: free Windows process control and monitoring software, parental monitoring software, Active Keylogger Home 4.1.8, and ProteMac KeyBag.

If you would like to get Kiwi 1.2, a download location is available here.

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