Peter's Ultimate Alarm Clock

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Introduction

Peter's Ultimate Alarm Clock (Puac) is an alarm clock program which sits in the system tray and lets you sound as many alarms as you like. Screenshots can be found below. Here is an overview of some of the features:

  • You can let alarms sound once, periodically, in a specific period, on specified weekdays and more. (Everything is possible.)
  • Alarms can be set to snooze when they sound.
  • Alarms can sound if they were missed while the program was inactive.
  • An alarm can show a message.
  • Alarms can speak a message. (Speaking requires the SAPI, which installed by default in Windows XP.)
  • An alarm can open a file, a program or a web site.
  • Alarms can play sounds in various formats such as wav, mid or mp3.
  • Alarms can tell what the time is or how long it will be until an event (such as your birthday).
  • Alarms can start the screensaver, shut down your computer, reboot your computer and more.
  • Alarms can be turned on and off separately or you can block all alarms.
  • Alarms are contained in alarm groups which can be saved to disk and loaded into the program on a different computer.
  • There is an overview of coming and past alarms.
  • The program is multilingual. Currently, it's available in English and Dutch.
  • There are a lot of settings.
  • Last but not least: the program can save notes.

The program runs under Windows 95, 98, NT, ME, 2000, XP.

 

Screenshots

 

Overview
The main window and a window with the properties of an alarm.

Screenshot of the main window

 

Main window
This is where the alarms are managed.

Screenshot of the main window

 

 

Alarm properties (1)
This is where you set the properties of an alarm: when it should sound and what it should do.

Screenshot of the alarm properties window (1)

 

 

Alarm properties (2)
This shows the options you have for a periodical alarm.

Screenshot of the alarm properties window (2)

 

 

Message window
This is what the message window looks like.

Screenshot of the message window

 

 

 

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