First Look Review: Chronos for AutoCAD

12 May, 2006 By: Patrick Davis

Comprehensive software logs time spent in drawings and tracks layer changes, inserts, dimensions and more


Chronos for AutoCAD by Engineered Design Solutions is a comprehensive time-logging program for AutoCAD-based products. Chronos does more than just track drawing time; it also collects drawing data during AutoCAD sessions. This information includes drawing name and time statistics as well as user and computer names used to access each drawing. Chronos also tracks drawing functions such as layer changes, inserts, dimensions and the like. Users can then analyze this collected data through the Chronos interface.  Read more >>p>


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