Platform: Win95,Win98,WinME,WinNT 4.x,WinXP,Windows2000,Windows2003,Windows Vista Starter,Windows Vista Ultimate,Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
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| TimeLeft is a clock, tray clock, countdown, reminder, alarm clock, stopwatch, timer, desktop sticker and time synchronization utility. TimeLeft uses Winamp skins to show digits and text. TimeLeft is attractive, easy to use, and highly configurable - it's a really beautiful software. |
The main feature of TimeLeft is a powerful customizable reminder, which can alarm you at a specific moment of time or run periodically (minutely, hourly, daily, weekly, monthly or annually). It can also remind you before a specified event or keep on reminding after it. Reminder can show a message, play music or open a link/document, execute an application or shutdown your PC. Numerous other options are also available: multireminder, time bounds etc.
One more beautiful TimeLeft feature is a customizable countdown, which lives on your desktop and shows the amount of time left to (or passed after) the specified event. Countdown may be easily used in a businesslike way, to remind you of forthcoming events (meetings etc.) or job to be done. But even if you are not a business type of person, you can still use TimeLeft to just add some extra excitement to your life watching how the time left to some eagerly awaited event (be it a cruise or your friend's visit) is getting less and less.
Other TimeLeft features include:
clock, stopwatch, timer, desktop sticker, time synchronization, placing countdown on a web-page and more.
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|Publisher: || NesterSoft Inc. | More by NesterSoft Inc. | Visit Home Page |
|Downloads: || so far this month, 0 last month, 86 total |
|License: || Freeware Buy Now |
|Last updated: ||More than a year ago (20 Jan 17) |
|Install support: || Install and Uninstall |
|Requirements: ||A standard Windows PC |
|Recent changes: ||major update |
|Publisher Country: || Canada |
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