Desktop Software Clocks Quasima Time Tracker (formerly MapleXp)

Quasima Time Tracker (formerly MapleXp) 2.0.2 for Windows

by Veex Software

Avg. Rating 4.4 (64 votes)

File Details

File Size 4.8 MB
License Shareware, $18.00
Operating System Windows 7/Server 2003/Server 2008/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 6,367
Publisher Veex Software
Homepage Quasima Time Tracker (formerly MapleXp)

Publisher's Description

Quasima Time Tracker (formerly MapleXp) is a simple application allows you to keep track of multiple tasks and categorize how much time you spent working on each of them.

Latest Reviews

frodo888

frodo888 reviewed v0.8.6 on Apr 17, 2006

This application is quite usefull but has a low functionality. I use another application for this purpose (loizziZeitkontrolle / loizziTimecontrol). More functions and a nice UI, but unfortunately with somewhat bad english translations. The german UI is ok, so this is not a problem for me. .NET (2.0) is also needed.

I don't understand why there are so negative attitudes in relation with the .NET technology. Windows Vista will make it to a standard technology.

Bye

frodo888

coolticker

coolticker reviewed v0.8 on Feb 28, 2006

Rather low rate because this time manager is not very user friendly (I tested about 50 time manager applications) and because it is .NET

.NET applications uses a lot of memory and resources, MapleXP 0.8 in not exception as it user up to 23MB RAM just after adding one project and one task.

KayNine

KayNine reviewed v0.7.7 Beta on Dec 21, 2005

Very good and useful tool, 4 stars. But I give 5, just to even out those .NET bashers!!

.NET is a great framework! Nobody complains about QT or other frameworks. Even about Java-based applications (which IMHO is quite the same) there are no to less complaints.

Guys, accept it, .NET is alive, it's not just a hype!

Aegis69

Aegis69 reviewed v0.7.6 Beta on Oct 17, 2005

".NET runtime will be installed on pretty much every computer with Windows XP by next end of next year. Windows Vista is built on the .NET framework."

Ok. You must be assuming EVERYONE will upgrade from windows XP to Vista? Yeah right. They Might get a 20% adoption rate in the first year, a little better than the adoption rate from Windows 2003 server got.

I for one do not have .NET on my machines, don't need it, will never get it. I also run most of my games on Linux using WineX, they work just fine without DirectX

I agree there are lots of better alternatives to this program out there.

DigitalSin

DigitalSin reviewed v0.7.6 Beta on Oct 17, 2005

Nice program.

To you uneducated folks who blindly bash .NET - I bet you have DirectX installed to play games, right? I bet you have about 25 other runtimes installed on your machine that you don't even know about.

.NET runtime will be installed on pretty much every computer with Windows XP by next end of next year. Windows Vista is built on the .NET framework.

Get over it.

DaveNCheez

DaveNCheez reviewed v0.6.2 Beta on Jun 2, 2005

Looks pretty good. Especially for freeware.
I simply cannot understand why software based on the .NET framework is considered bad by so many people.

.Net Development platform is very good in my opinion.

Is it as fast as non managed code, no.. but then again it doesn't have to be. And .NET apps are typically much faster than the Java apps I've seen. Regaurdless, a product like Azureus is great. Point being that very good software can be written on top of managed frameworks.

VB6 wasn't incredibly fast either. This didn't stop millions of applications that most of us use daily from being written in it.

Please rate the product, not the technology/programming language that was used to write it.

allsiante

allsiante reviewed v0.6.2 Beta on May 31, 2005

This stuff is good. BUT there are quite some other good free tools that can do the same. On top of that this one needs .net. I don't need no stinking .net. People should just forget the fraggin' fashion following behaviour and use the best tools for a given job, not the one which gets the most hype, or the one which has the most clickety-clickety "features".

Shrekmachine

Shrekmachine reviewed v0.6.2 Beta on May 31, 2005

Had a short view by now. Looks not to bad. Would be nice, if it would minimize to try. Didn't see any export options. I would appreciate this as well..
Still a lot of potential to get better. But it definitely can make it's way...

taxis

taxis reviewed v0.6.0.1 Beta on Mar 24, 2005

Good idea; pity that it requires .NET framework.

vladv

vladv reviewed v0.6.0.1 Beta on Mar 23, 2005

excelent project tool

Avg. Rating 4.4 (64 votes)
Your Rating
frodo888

frodo888 reviewed v0.8.6 on Apr 17, 2006

This application is quite usefull but has a low functionality. I use another application for this purpose (loizziZeitkontrolle / loizziTimecontrol). More functions and a nice UI, but unfortunately with somewhat bad english translations. The german UI is ok, so this is not a problem for me. .NET (2.0) is also needed.

I don't understand why there are so negative attitudes in relation with the .NET technology. Windows Vista will make it to a standard technology.

Bye

frodo888

coolticker

coolticker reviewed v0.8 on Feb 28, 2006

Rather low rate because this time manager is not very user friendly (I tested about 50 time manager applications) and because it is .NET

.NET applications uses a lot of memory and resources, MapleXP 0.8 in not exception as it user up to 23MB RAM just after adding one project and one task.

KayNine

KayNine reviewed v0.7.7 Beta on Dec 21, 2005

Very good and useful tool, 4 stars. But I give 5, just to even out those .NET bashers!!

.NET is a great framework! Nobody complains about QT or other frameworks. Even about Java-based applications (which IMHO is quite the same) there are no to less complaints.

Guys, accept it, .NET is alive, it's not just a hype!

Aegis69

Aegis69 reviewed v0.7.6 Beta on Oct 17, 2005

".NET runtime will be installed on pretty much every computer with Windows XP by next end of next year. Windows Vista is built on the .NET framework."

Ok. You must be assuming EVERYONE will upgrade from windows XP to Vista? Yeah right. They Might get a 20% adoption rate in the first year, a little better than the adoption rate from Windows 2003 server got.

I for one do not have .NET on my machines, don't need it, will never get it. I also run most of my games on Linux using WineX, they work just fine without DirectX

I agree there are lots of better alternatives to this program out there.

DigitalSin

DigitalSin reviewed v0.7.6 Beta on Oct 17, 2005

Nice program.

To you uneducated folks who blindly bash .NET - I bet you have DirectX installed to play games, right? I bet you have about 25 other runtimes installed on your machine that you don't even know about.

.NET runtime will be installed on pretty much every computer with Windows XP by next end of next year. Windows Vista is built on the .NET framework.

Get over it.

DaveNCheez

DaveNCheez reviewed v0.6.2 Beta on Jun 2, 2005

Looks pretty good. Especially for freeware.
I simply cannot understand why software based on the .NET framework is considered bad by so many people.

.Net Development platform is very good in my opinion.

Is it as fast as non managed code, no.. but then again it doesn't have to be. And .NET apps are typically much faster than the Java apps I've seen. Regaurdless, a product like Azureus is great. Point being that very good software can be written on top of managed frameworks.

VB6 wasn't incredibly fast either. This didn't stop millions of applications that most of us use daily from being written in it.

Please rate the product, not the technology/programming language that was used to write it.

allsiante

allsiante reviewed v0.6.2 Beta on May 31, 2005

This stuff is good. BUT there are quite some other good free tools that can do the same. On top of that this one needs .net. I don't need no stinking .net. People should just forget the fraggin' fashion following behaviour and use the best tools for a given job, not the one which gets the most hype, or the one which has the most clickety-clickety "features".

Shrekmachine

Shrekmachine reviewed v0.6.2 Beta on May 31, 2005

Had a short view by now. Looks not to bad. Would be nice, if it would minimize to try. Didn't see any export options. I would appreciate this as well..
Still a lot of potential to get better. But it definitely can make it's way...

taxis

taxis reviewed v0.6.0.1 Beta on Mar 24, 2005

Good idea; pity that it requires .NET framework.

vladv

vladv reviewed v0.6.0.1 Beta on Mar 23, 2005

excelent project tool

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