Did you ever want to keep track of how much time you _really_ spend on all of your projects? Sure, you can try to remember to keep running estimates of your time in the hope that you can aggregate those estimates later into some meaningful data. But sometimes you forget, or an error creeps into your estimate. And those errors add up. Quickly. You can try some tracking software that depends on you to start and stop timers. But what happens if you forget to start or stop one of those timers? What you need is a passive system that will take care of all of this for you, so you can focus on the actual work, which is where WatchTower comes into play. WatchTower runs in the background and keeps track of the time spent editing each file with one of the supported editors (listed below). Since WatchTower keeps track of the time spent on each file, and it knows which project each file belongs to, you can view details and statistics on each project, right down to the file level.