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Heath Alarm Clock is a simple clock for your desktop that helps you monitor the time you spend at the computer and set an alarm to let you know when it is no longer healthy to stay at it. The program counts the time of continued use of the computer and informs you of your health level, health risk (such as carpal tunnel syndrome, nearsightedness, etc), and provides health advice (such as rest and exercise).
Once installed, the program will remain in your system tray, from where you can control everything. From the Settings menu, you will be able to select the time interval for the alarm, and choose a skin. There are six to choose from, and they are all very pretty. Sadly, the clock will only appear when you open the Settings menu or when the alarm is triggered. It will appear in the upper part of your screen and you won't be able to move it or choose a different alarm sound. Moreover, the system tray menu also includes a link to the developer's website from where you can get other free desktop applications.
In short, if you are looking for a simple application to control the time you spend at your computer, Heath Alarm Clock may work for you.
- Very easy to use
- Nice user interface
- Different skins to choose from
- Only a few customization options
- You cannot move the clock or select the alarm sounds
- The advice and health problems are always the same no matter the time you spend on the computer