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Capturing all keyboard I/O

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Sanjay Verma
Super Advisor

Capturing all keyboard I/O

Hi Friends,

On my pc running Win2000 professional, after I finish chatting through msn or yahoo messenger, I manually save the chat conversations in any word processor i.e., Word or notepad. Is there a process or tsr program that can be made run on my pc so that it captures all the information typed while chatting and I can view the file later on?

Regards,
Sanjay
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Gale Joy
Frequent Advisor

Re: Capturing all keyboard I/O

There are many instances of the type of application that you are looking for.
I have personally tried several and have my favorites. However, I would suggest trying some and choosing your own because you may need options that I don't.
I would suggest going to zdnet.com choose downloads then do a search for keystroke or logging. This should supply you with many items to choose from.
Gale
Sanjay Verma
Super Advisor

Re: Capturing all keyboard I/O

Gale, I could not find any so far.
-Sanjay
Co-operation - The biggest chain reaction
Gale Joy
Frequent Advisor
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Re: Capturing all keyboard I/O

Sanjay,
Try this link. If you need further asssistance let me know.

http://downloads-zdnet.com.com/3120-20-0.html?qt=keystroke&tg=dl-2001
Sanjay Verma
Super Advisor

Re: Capturing all keyboard I/O

Gale. You're great. I would have given you 100 points for this. Cheers - Sanjay
Co-operation - The biggest chain reaction
Zafar A. Mohammed_1
Trusted Contributor

Re: Capturing all keyboard I/O

Sanjay,

I hope you can do in Yahoo, just check in Yahoo IM for Preferences and Set the Archive setting, all you chatting will be saved.

Thanks
Zafar
Zafar A. Mohammed_1
Trusted Contributor

Re: Capturing all keyboard I/O

Sanjay,

Even there are some hardware devices for cheap which you can just attach to your keyboard pin and all the keys which you are typing will be stored into that and nobody knows about there trap also.

Thanks
Zafar
Sanjay Verma
Super Advisor

Re: Capturing all keyboard I/O

Zafar - How to do this in MSN?
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