I am having a little bit of fun with this application and I though I would share. it logs all of the applications that you are using and gives you stats on it. How about joining the Microsoft MVP (MVP’s only please) team, or creating your own…

Here is my usage, which will be exactly the same as the MVP one at the moment as I am the only one there 🙁

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It is certainly not the fastest site in the world, but my work internet connection is notoriously poor…

If you have an application, you can get stats for it… for example here is Visual Studio…

Software tracking

And my very own paltry TFS Sticky Buddy

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