Onboarding new users can sometimes be a challenge, especially for companies who have users who would rather not install the app. There could be other reasons why they would rather not use Time Doctor. One of the most common of these is because they suspect it could slow down their system.

There are two versions of the Time Doctor app: silent and interactive. It’s normal for the interactive app to consume more resources because it has a UI and the silent version does not.

Time Doctor silent version is less than 55 MB in size for Windows, Mac, and Ubuntu. Use the images below as a reference point for how much each app consumes.

These are real screenshots from users who have the app installed. Results may vary depending on the applications and websites open at the time the screenshots were taken.

macOS Silent

Consumes about 30 MB of RAM

Only consumes about 1–2% CPU on a normal work day


macOS Interactive

Consumes about 155 MB of RAM

Only consumes about 2% CPU on a normal workday


Windows Silent

Consumes about 0–1% CPU and less than 20 MB of RAM


Windows Interactive

Consumes about 0–1% CPU and less than 110 MB of RAM


Ubuntu Silent

Consumes about 0–1% CPU and less than 20 MB of RAM


Ubuntu Interactive

Consumes about 0–1% CPU and less than 110 MB of RAM