If your computer is used by more than one person or by children, you might want to know the operations that they perform, for security reasons. Keyloggers are applications that can give you a helping hand in this matter, offering a way to record the user activity while running in hidden mode.
PC Agent is just one of the many such tools that logs actions that are carried out, without getting caught. The monitoring service can be installed on the target system, with a custom name and description, so as not to betray its presence in Task Manager or other applications. To restrict the user access, its configuration window is password-protected.
The range of activities it can record is satisfactory enough to please all demands. It logs keystrokes (Unicode characters and various keyboard layouts are supported) and mouse clicks, also storing the text under the cursor. Also, it can remember data regarding user logins, including remote connections.
Aside from this, it is capable of recording clipboard entries and data concerning the accessed or modified files, printing and scanning tasks, the computer power state history and connected storage media. Periodically, it takes desktop screenshots and captures images from active webcams, sending them to a dedicated folder for later viewing.
PC Agent can also interact with the installed web browsers to log visited web pages and input form data or connect to e-mail clients to gather data on the received and sent messages. IM conversations are also recorded.
Recorded files are encrypted and can be uploaded to a FTP server, saved to a locally stored archive or a shared network folder, but you can also set the program to send them to you via e-mail.
PC Agent can be of assistance in recording the user activity on your computer, allowing parents to closely supervize their children. Its recording capabilities include a diverse range of actions, while the filtering options help you group the logged items in different categories.