TimePilot Tap+ On-Premise
software and drivers

To read or download a copy of our software's End User License Agreement (EULA), click here. The document is in PDF format.

To make sure you have the latest version of our software, it's always best to use the "Check for Updates" function built into the TimePilot software. To do so, start the TimePilot software, click the "Help" Menu and then "Check for Updates." The software will check with the TimePilot web site, determine just what you need, download it and install it automatically.

But if you know just what you need, you can download it here.

TimePilot Central

The TimePilot Central download contains all the programs in the "Individual files" listed below and installs them automatically. Generally, you won't need to install the individual files, but if you need to, they're here.

Download TimePilot Central     Download Quick Start Guide

Individual files:

TimePilot Clock Manager Download now
TimePilot PC Download now

TimePilot Tap Manager

Download now

TimePilot Crystal Reports Prerequisite

Download now

TimePilot Blue Dot Receptor driver

Download now

Using Chrome as your browser? Having trouble downloading?

Some Chrome users have reported that they when they click a blue button above to download a file, nothing happens. That's a security "feature" of Chrome: By default, it blocks downloads. Here's how Chrome users can temporarily turn off the blocker:

  1. Open Chrome and click the three-dot menu at the top right of the window.
  2. In the drop-down menu, choose "Settings."
  3. On the Settings page, in the "You and Google" section, click "Privacy and Security."
  4. In the Privacy and Security section of the main page, click "Security."
  5. In the Safe Browsing section, click "No protection (not recommended)" to turn the feature off.
  6. Click "Turn off" in the pop-up to confirm you want to do this.
  7. Download the file that was blocked.
  8. After the download is complete, don't forget to restore your security settings by repeating steps 1-5 but choose "Enhanced" or "Standard" protection—whichever level of protection you had before making the change.

Don't want to deal with security settings just to download a file? Use another browser: Microsoft Edge and Mozilla Firefox are good choices.