Little Alarm Clock 1.0

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Little Alarm Clock 1.0

Free It is a little open-source app which installs an alarm clock on you desktop
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Nicholas Hamnett
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Little Alarm Clock is a simple and small open-source software utility that will install a useful alarm clock in your desktop. You can set as many alarms and needed, and the program will list them for you in its clear and simple interface. Besides, it allows you to export and import your alarms using native XML files.

Little Alarm Clock can be set to launch automatically as soon as your Windows operating system starts up, and remain discreetly active in the background ready to go off at the requested time. Its interface shows you the current time in big bold figures, which you can customize with your favorite font and size. Below that, you will see a list with all the alarms you have previously created. You can assign a distinctive description to each, which will help you to organize them better. For each alarm you will see the scheduled time, its description, and the number of repeats (i.e., the number of times it will go off again until you turn it off for good).

When it comes to the sound of the alarm, Little Alarm Clock offers you two options – you can either use the default alarm.wav file, or select any other WAV audio file in your system (which may well be your favorite song).

Finally, it is important to note that you can export your alarms as an XML file. This useful feature will allow you to have the same set of alarms in all your computers and other devices (your laptop, tablet, etc.), as you can install Little Alarm Clock in them and import the created XML file easily.

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  • Simple to set up
  • Allows you to export your alarms as an XML file
  • Clear interface


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This is the similar Gnome one! I like it. I like Gnome and Linux smile

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