As soon as you install application Gameplay Time Tracker
PC, it automatically starts on operating system boot and monitors running processes.
If current foreground application switches to full-screen mode and so on, it is
considered as a video game. In this case, my program scans your system once for
any information on that game:
- Application title and description
- Application developer or publisher
- Application icon file
Information that was found is used to display that game in statistics.
Once in a while, such algorithm may detect an application by mistake, for example,
some video players in full-screen mode. If you find such application in your statistics,
you can block them from being detected in the future by one button click.
I personally think that blocking a few unnecessary applications is much easier than
adding all your installed games to the list manually. Don't you agree?