WhatPulse 220.127.116.11 is a program that count how many keystrokes you type a day.
You will be installing a client, that will need to connect to WhatPulse website, that will keep track of your keystrokes.
You will have to setup an account (absolutely free) in order to use this program. After that, the client will be able to connect with the website.
The program will then start counting your keystrokes, clicks and how many miles did you travel with your mouse.
WhatPulse 18.104.22.168 will sit as an icon in the system bar. You can right click on it an access some features.
The "Settings" option will allow you to specify if you want the program to be launched when Windows starts, if you want to see a splash screen, the color of the icon, use tray balloons and other details.
You can also choose if you want to show the distance in miles, meters or kilometers, generate local XML or check for updates.
You can also configure your proxy settings, if necessary, and set the program´s dialog transparency.
- It´s a very useful program for a completely useless task. Only intended for fun
- Not very useful