You are buying a computer for your kids. You purchase tons of educational software for them so they can increase their IQs. You pay for a broadband Internet connection to allow your kids to absorb useful information. And what happens? Instead of using the computer for good, they end up playing stupid video games with it. You also never know what sites they visit on the Internet. One day you can find an officer in your house interviewing your family about credit card fraud or pirated media content distribution via peer-to-peer networks.
You cannot spend all your time watching your kids on the computer. Try to entrust your kids to KGB Keylogger's care. This program logs all keystrokes on the computer where it was installed. It also logs all running applications and the captions of their windows. In addition, it keeps track of all visited URLs. The program stays invisible. It cannot be seen with Windows Task Manager. You need to know a secret key combination in order to make it visible.
With KGB Keylogger, you always know what your kids are doing. You can easily export logs into Excel and find out how much time they spend on every application for a week, for example. You also can see the content of their e-mails, URLs they visit and all the passwords for all their on-line accounts. You don't even have to access their PC directly. KGB Keylogger can send you reports via e-mail.
It is a good idea to "spy" a bit on yourself too. You will never lose login info or any text you've entered. Everything is safely stored in your KGB Keylogger's log.
It is not a good idea to spy on your spouse, friend or colleague. Technically, it is possible, but, ethical reasons aside, it may not be legal in your country. If you want my opinion, before starting to spy on your spouse, ask yourself whether you really want to know...