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mrina
06-10-2009, 09:08 AM
Alarm Bluefive Software 2.0.4
License:
Free
Operating Systems:
Windows Vista, Windows 95, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 98
Additional Requirements:
No additional requirements
Limitations:
No limitations.
Publisher's description of Alarm Bluefive Software
Alarm is a digital clock that you can set to display a message and play a sound at a time of your choice. It is meant to be of help when you want to be warned while you are working (and chances are big you are going to forget you have to do this very important thing later on).
Easy to use and reliable, this small alarm clock does its best to make sure you never miss an appointment.
Alarm Bluefive Software's small user interface is accessed through either the desktop or taskbar icons. You can choose to keep the interface on top of whatever you are working on, or let it run in the background. The time displayed on the interface resembles a digital clock, but you can easily adjust the color and size of the numbers. Setting the alarm is extremely easy, and is accomplished by simply entering the time you want the alarm to go off. The alarm display, including messages, and music can be adjusted through the program's Preferences menu. You can even add your own music files for the alarm. If you don't want to mess with the configurations, the preset intervals under the Quick menu let you quickly choose when you want the alarm to sound. A snooze option is included, and you can choose the snooze intervals. The navigation and commands were logical, and the program is easily mastered. Most important of all, though, the alarm went off each and every time we set it.
This free program is extremely easy to use, but a brief Help file is included just in case you need it. We highly recommend this alarm clock for all users. It has just the right mix of simplicity and features, and offers users an easy way to set and get helpful reminders.

mrina
06-10-2009, 09:08 AM
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jstnmarsh
04-06-2010, 05:44 PM
I am quite fond of such applications that enables me to configure the alarm clock to behave the way I like it to. This one seems to be a good one to add for me among the other that I have, I would just have to look if this one is better than those I currently have with me.