Time Control Master is a handy and easy-to-use time notifying tool, it's a freeware. With the help of this handy time notifying tool, you will not missing / forgetting any important tasks or something you must do.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:28
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Time Control Master is a handy and easy-to-use time notifying tool, it's a freeware. With the help of this handy time notifying tool, you will not missing / forgetting any important tasks or something you must do, such as dating with someone or doing some important work you have planned.
With Time Control Master, you can also set the time limit for the task you are focusing, so that you will be more productive on the task you are focusing.
* How to use Time Control Master
This time notifying tool is very easy to use, just 3 steps, you can set up a "Count-down Timer" for the important task you are focusing.
Step 1, click "Settings", enter the "Notifying Message" and select predefined "Count-down Timer" (from 1 minute to 24 hours), you can also enter custom time interval for the "Count-down Timer", then click "Ok" button to save the settings for the "Count-down Timer".
Step 2, click "Reset", to enable the "Count-down Timer" you've just defined.
Step 3, click "Start", that's all.
When the "Count-down Timer" you have set count down to "0", Time Control Master will show the "Notifying Message" to you and make a sound alert until you stop it (just click "Reset" again, you can stop the "Count-down Timer").
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