Unlike other spy software, Actual Invisible Keylogger works excellent in both Windows XP with Fast User Switch enabled and Windows
Terminal Services. It also has intuitive user interface and amazing easy-to-understand Reports Viewer with eye catching reports.
Using such a powerful tool like Actual Invisible Keylogger you'll be enlightened of what they are doing while you are away.
It is hard to find Actual Invisible Keylogger. You can't find the keylogger in the add/remove programs menu, start menu or the task bar.
It is completely invisible in the Task Manager on all operating systems. It is even invisible in the NT/2000/XP process list.
Yes, the Actual Invisible Keylogger is password protected. So the user has to know the password of the Actual Invisible Keylogger in
order to receive full access to program when program in invisible mode.
To uninstall Actual Invisible Keylogger, you can simply use the Add/Remove Programs tool inside the Windows Control Panel. If you
Remove Actual Invisible Keylogger from Uninstall list, you can simply delete the files off your PC manually by navigating to the
directory you installed the files into and deleting each file.
If you'd like to monitor multiple computers in a network you have to install it on each computer you'd like to monitor.
Notice that you must purchase multiple licenses in order to do that. If you'd like to have the log files sent to a central
location you could send them to the same email account.
Actual Invisible Keylogger doesn't record keystrokes, what should I do?
First of all make sure that Actual Invisible Keylogger is running. To ensure this, start the Actual Invisible Keylogger and make sure that
the "Start" button is disabled and the "Stop" button enabled. This indicates that the keylogger is running.
View that file from under the "View Log". Make sure that the keylogger has been running long enough to write to the
log file. The default file buffer size is 1024 bytes which means that it should write to the file after a couple of
minutes of normal surfing and typing.