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How to get the names of all application windows that a user open

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I am Yaswanth.

I ( A client program) would like to gather & send all the application window names that a user opend on his/her system to a server.

How do I in Windows95/98/ME/XP/NT.
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You might be better off with a keylogger type hardware or software.  

Event viewer in Windows 2000 will show some information.

http://www.keyghost.com/

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