Logtime - Free Online Timer
Welcome to the Logtime website. Logtime is an award-winning ISP online timer that
you can use to track your online time, costs and usage. Best of all, it's free, with no ads
and no nags!
- What is Logtime?
Features of this online time/cost tracker.
- What's New in Logtime
History of changes in Logtime
- Download Logtime
Get your own free copy of this free, no ads, no nags, usage time/cost meter and tracker.
Available for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2K/XP.
- Frequently Asked Questions
Common questions and their answers. Read this if you have any questions about (or if
you need help in) setting up, configuring or running Logtime.
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9 June 2016
2 June 2016
Another RSS/Atom news feed software has been added to the
Free Standalone News Feed Readers
page. This one does the usual thing of allowing you to keep up-to-date with your website news, but also comes with the
built-in ability to block ads, enable/disable images, click-to-play Flash, etc. It runs on Windows, Mac OS/X, Linux,
FreeBSD and OS/2 (yes, OS/2). There's also a portable Windows version.
20 May 2016
6 May 2016
The Feedback / Contact Form Wizard
has been updated. In addition to the standard name, email and message fields, you can now ask your visitors for their
telephone number and mailing address in separate fields if you wish. And yes, it's free!
19 April 2016
22 March 2016
- New page:
Free Royalty-Free Stock Photos.
Get free photos to accompany your blog posts, to spruce up your Powerpoint presentations, to decorate your website, etc.
These beautiful stock photos come royalty-free and cover a huge range of subjects, including scenery, animals, people, buildings,
inanimate objects and so on.
15 March 2016
18 February 2016
A new program has been added to the
Free Version Control Software
page. This one not only lets you manage multiple different versions of your files (be it programming source code, website pages,
documents, etc), but it also comes with a built-in bug tracker, wiki, and optional web server, all in a single self-contained
executable. It is available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and OpenBSD.
15 February 2016
13 January 2016
11 January 2016
4 January 2016
Get free SSL certificates for all your websites with this latest addition to the
Free SSL Certificates for Websites/Web Servers
page. (For those who didn't understand the previous sentence, with such a certificate, your site can be
accessed with "https" instead of just "http". More details about what this means can be found
on the page itself.)
23 December 2015
If you are looking for information about starting your own website, read
How to Create a Website.
It takes you through all the steps of making a website, including designing it, putting it on the Internet,
collecting credit card payments and inserting advertisements. This update includes the latest information
about testing your site with the web browsers in use today.
15 December 2015
7 October 2015
A new Pascal compiler has been added to the
Free Pascal and Delphi Compilers page.
This one generates programs for the Microsoft .NET Framework and includes an IDE, a debugger and a forms designer.
21 September 2015
- New page:
How to Make Links Open in a New Window or Tab.
In response to a query from a visitor, this article deals with how you can make a link open in a new browser tab or window.
As discussed in the article, however, be warned that it probably doesn't have the benefit you think it confers.
11 September 2015
- New page:
Free Solitaire / Patience Card Games.
Now that Windows 10 comes only with an advertisement-supported version of Solitaire, you may be looking for clean
(ie adware-free) versions of the famous Patience card game. This new page lists numerous free (and often open source too)
Solitaire software, most of which have hundreds of card games in the collection (eg, Freecell, Klondike, Spider,
Forty Thieves, Golf, Pyramid, Yukon, Canfield, Montana, etc).
25 August 2015
14 August 2015
Another distribution, Linux Mint, has been added to the
Free Linux Distributions
page. It aims to provide a full multimedia experience for its users, out of the box.
29 July 2015
28 July 2015
A new emulator has been added to the
Free Amiga Emulators page. It emulates
a wide variety of Amiga models, is open source, and runs on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, FreeBSD and OpenBSD.
23 July 2015
- New page:
How to Boot a CD or DVD in Windows 8.1.
If you have a system with Windows 8.1 preinstalled, you may find that you are unable to boot from a CD/DVD even if you
have configured your UEFI/BIOS to do this in preference to your hard disk. This article shows you how to do this.
22 July 2015
20 July 2015
2 July 2015
22 June 2015
Another free open source email software has been added to the
Free Email Clients page.
This one runs on Windows and Linux.
15 June 2015
29 May 2015
30 April 2015
A new program has been added to the
Free Encryption / Cryptographic Software
page. This one is a fork (or spin-off, in layman's language) of the now-defunct TrueCrypt project. It allows you to
create a virtual disk that functions like a normal disk drive. Files stored here will be transparently
encrypted and decrypted as needed.
22 April 2015
16 March 2015
Have you lost the source code for your software? Or do you want to study an executable file to find out how something
works? The newest addition to the Free
Disassemblers and Decompilers can generate a C source file from an existing Windows or Linux binary (executable).
11 February 2015
Another place where open source software can be hosted has been added to the
Free Open Source
Code Project Hosting Services page. If you are writing a program where the source code is available under
an open source licence, such web hosts provide hosting for both your source code and website for free, along with
built-in source code
27 January 2015
17 January 2015
The Clang compiler has been added to the
Free C/C++ Compilers and Interpreters
page. This is an open source compiler, developed primarily by Apple, that compiles C, C++, Objective C and
Objective C++ code.
For those wondering why it took so long for this compiler to be listed here, I honestly thought it was already
listed. Blame an overlong page that has so many compilers that I've forgotten what is listed and what
is not. To date, it links to some 35 free C/C++ compilers, and that's only because I've split off a number of
to their own page.
Another free program has been added to the
Free Banner Rotation Perl CGI Scripts
page. Such scripts allow you to rotate the banners/pictures that are displayed on your website so that
different ones are shown each time your page is loaded. Webmasters typically use such scripts to rotate advertisements.