The application runs in the background and monitors the WoW realm status without any user intervention. Once the selected realm becomes available, it will play a sound so the user knows it's ok to try playing again.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Description: Every Tuesday, the WoW US players experience the frustration of not being able to play because of the weekly maintenance. For the WoW EU players, it's the same, but on Wednesdays. Especially around larger patches, the maintenance can last up to 24 hours. It's easy to lose temper in these days, not knowing when your realm has been patched and it's ready for you to play
With the WoW Realm Status Monitor application, all becomes easier. It runs in the background and monitors the WoW realm status without your intervention. Once the selected realm becomes available, it will play a sound so you know it's ok to try playing again. So you are able to continue with your day, knowing that the app works for you and it will notify you the moment your server becomes available.
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