Do you also have to record the hours at work, day by day? And you tired of remembering all the times for the different tasks, and you do not want to write them down on a paper anymore to have them ready at the end of the day?

I was, and so I invented AfterHour.

AfterHour manages all tasks and assigns them to projects. When you start working on a task, you simply double-click on it, and the corresponding clock starts to run. At the end of the day, you see the total time for each task, you are able to copy and paste them into another (maybe company) time recording application, or similar.


The following screenshots show two projects with three resp. two to-dos. The first to-do is currently active.


AfterHour manages to-do lists with priorities and sums your working time, and it has a logging feature.

The working time and the name of the tasks can be copied into another application or text file, using copy-and-paste. According to your configuration, AfterHour rounds the time e.g. to quarters of an hour.

At the end of the day, a clean-up feature helps you to clean up the to-dos by clearing the times transferred and by deleting completed to-dos.

Während der Arbeit liegt AfterHour im Tray, um euch keinen Platz zu rauben:


Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows Server (but older versions Windows systems as well)

Download and purchase

You can download AfterHour for free to test it. Please take note of the Terms and Conditions, also contained in the download package.

However, AfterHour is shareware. After the trial period, I have to beg you to purchase a key code for 14.95 Euros (or the equivalent in your local currency). From the 2nd license on, you get 20% discount.

Note: All prices are end-consumer prices. There are no shipping costs.


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