Free Digital Alarm Clock 1.0 Freeware

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Free Digital Alarm Clock 1.0 FreewareFree Digital Alarm Clock is a lightweight Windows application whose sole purpose is to help you set up alarms for remembering important tasks that need to be done. The advantages of being portable Since this is a portable program, it is important to mention that it doesn’t leave any traces in the Windows Registry. You can copy it on any USB flash drive or other devices, and take it with you whenever you need to create alarms on the breeze, without having to go through installation steps. User interface You are welcomed by a minimalistic panel that displays a digital clock and offers only a few configuration settings to tinker with. Although at a first glance it may look pretty easily to tweak the dedicated parameters, the layout is not quite intuitive. Main features The program gives you the possibility to select the time zone and choose between several preset sounds that are activated when the alarm goes off. Additionally, you may test the audio files directly from the primary panel. On the downside, you are not allowed to upload a custom audio file from your computer, so you are stuck with the preset options. The tool also offers support for a smart feature, called “Don’t Let Me Sleep,” which empowers you to disable everything on the alarm clock interface. What’s more, the AM is represented on the clock with a green dot, while the PM value is displayed with the aid of a red dot. It is important to mention that the utility provides support for a snooze function. During our testing we have noticed that Free Digital Alarm Clock carries out a task quickly and provides good audio quality. It doesn’t eat up a lot of CPU and memory, so the overall performance of the computer is not hampered. Bottom line To sum it up, Free Digital Alarm Clock proves to be a simple clock and time management application that comes bundled with limited features for helping you set up alarms. It would have been useful to see support for user-defined audio files, custom notes, and popup messages. Free Digital Alarm Clock offers you a useful means of checking the time and setting up event reminders. It can be used for waking up, timing, etc. It comes with three (3) pre-installed tones. The first release (1.0) does not allow additional tones to be added though its interface. The time itself cannot be adjusted as it is synchronized with the system time every 15 seconds. There is a control panel which is used to set up the time zones, the “Don’t Let Me Sleep” feature, and the tone. There are two time zone settings: the first is the home time zone of the user and the second is the curent time zone the user is in. Eg. If a user is living in British Columbia the home time zoe should be set to -8 GMT, and this user visits New York, the current time zone will be set to -5 GMT given the user the correct time in New York. The “Don’t Let Me Sleep” feature disables everything on the alarm clock interface so you cannot use the snooze function, open the control panel or help, or close the alarm clock until it has entered its persist cycle. The persist cycle gets activated when the alarm clock has not been disabled. The user can choose from three (3) tones and play these tones in the control panel. To disable the alarm clock, the bell beside the alarm must be clicked. When the alarm time gets adjusted or when there are any changes to the configuration, the program will save it to two files: saveAlarmTime.at and config.config. These files will be saved to the same location as the JAR file. Note: AM is a green dot and PM is a red dot.
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