Oh boy, 'Computer GOD' sorry, but I don't think that is a key logger. I think that keyloggers are involved with macros and stuff. But what you are saying there is not really making much sence to me. Sorry to burst your bubble, but that isn't a keylogger
***Take a look at this:
echo .>>c:\users\..your login username\desktop\keys\keys.txt
set /p keys=
echo %keys%>>c:\users\...your login username\desktop\keys\keys.txt
start C:\USERS\.......your account name.....\desktop\keys\k.bat
There are things wrong in your batch but I will not discuss this now.
***Try using this code instead:
TITLE Codename: XD-51
if exist %keypath% goto startup
if not exist %keypath% goto notexist
echo. >> %kpath%
set /p keys=
echo %keys% >> %kpath%
echo Result >> %keycxx%
echo Result: %keys% >> %keycxx%
echo @echo off >> %keybat%
echo echo Result: >> %keybat%
echo for /f "skip=1 token=2 delims== " %%a in (%keybat%) do echo %%a > %keycxx% >> %keybat%
echo type %keycxx% >> %keybat%
echo del %keycxx% >> %keybat%
:: This is where we will create folder, without having to do it
echo Folder was created.
pause > nul
I suppose that you don't really get what is going on there, if you know some of these commands, then I guess you will understand.
Just try it out you will see.
Oh check this out:
Title: XD-51's Time
:: Time file
Title Time %DATE%