Revealer Keylogger Free is a competent if unremarkable keylogger for Windows. It can run at startup, hide itself from users, and protect access with a password. But basic features such as screenshots and email notifications aren’t available in the free version, and the program doesn’t log IP addresses.
Free keylogger: Despite the freeware version’s limits, Revealer Keylogger Free’s active features are fully functional. It only records keystrokes and the programs they’re entered in, such as IE, Chrome, or Word, but it does a good job of that.
Easy to use: A virtue of Revealer Keylogger Free’s limited functionality is easy setup. Just choose whether you want to use a password and what to hide or show, press “Start” (or a hot key combo), and it does the rest.
Languages: Revealer Keylogger Free offers a variety of interface language and character options.
Too basic: Revealer Keylogger Free logs keystrokes and applications but not Web addresses or browser activity. If you enter a Web address manually, it will record the keystrokes, but not the IP or Web address.
Better tools are also free: We’ve seen plenty of freeware keyloggers that don’t make you pay for screenshots or email notifications. Many add IP logging, desktop video recording, chat logging, and other features on top of that.
Revealer Keylogger Free’s biggest recommendation may be that it’s free. That’s something to consider when comparing premium tools, but there are even other freeware options that offer more tools and options than Revealer Keylogger Free, as well. We suggest you try other versions before settling on this one.