I've no idea whether your printer management software will record the number of pages printed - your best bet is just to ferret around in it and see. I think it's unlikely, because this function could expose the printer manufacturer to complaints: "I only got X00 pages from my last cartridge".
Many manufacturers offer two levels of cartridge - a small capacity and a larger capacity (ie: they have different quantities of ink in them). Needless to say, there's an appropriate price difference, but the larger capacity will certainly last longer.
Remember, too, that different printing demands will result in less or more ink usage. For example, lots of heavily coloured images (eg: big photos) will use up your colour inks much more quickly.
Have you tried getting your cartridges refilled at one of the high street shops like Cartridge World? Or buying inks and refilling them yourself? I often do this, and I haven't been unhappy with the results.