Quit Keeper is a small software application whose purpose is to help you keep statistics about the time, money and other important parameters that you have saved since you quit smoking.
Initial configuration settings
The program gives you the possibility to set up several initial parameters. You can enter your name and provide information about the number of cigarettes that you used to smoke per day, number of cigarettes that are in a pack/carton, cost of a pack, and date/time when you quit smoking.
Get all sorts of reports
Based on the information given at the beginning, the application is able to show quitting statistics about the time (in years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes, and seconds), number of days since you gave up smoking, saved money, and saved life.
Other important features worth being mentioned enable you to keep personal milestones, store information about the date when your friends stopped smoking, as well as copy the stats to the clipboard so you can quickly paste data into other programs.
Quit Keeper lets you set up the time used for calculating the life saved per cigarette and assign a hotkey for pasting the statistics into other windows.
What’s more, you can run the utility at Windows startup, edit the message containing the statistics about smoking, preview the message in a dedicated panel, as well as alter the color used for displaying the text, anniversary, and other GUI elements.
On the downside, Quit Keeper hasn’t been updated for a long time and it shows. You can add entries in the built-in calendar only up to a preset year (2000) so if you quit smoking after that period, the tool is useless. The GUI looks a bit outdated and needs a facelift to make it easier to work with.
All things considered, Quit Keeper delivers a simple software solution for helping you record various aspects since you last smoked a cigarette, namely for how long you have quit and how much money you have saved.
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