Its a well-known but often-ignored fact that long hours of continuous work at a computer is health-damaging. But what can we do when the day just moves on, the work moves on, our thoughts move on, and «suddenly» the clock bells six oclock PM, and we havent even had our lunch? The common solution is all kinds of the «take-a-break» software, but they are often irritating and not as friendly and useful as youd want them to be. The last sentence does NOT relate to Workplace Angel, which Id risk to call a «healthcare software done right».
This «done right» thing you will see from the very beginning of using the application. Once installed, it would launch the «Workplace Setup Wizard» with a step-by-step guide through each important part of your workplace (monitor, keyboard, chair, etc.) It seems very wise: can a five-minute break help when your entire workplace is demolishing? And when the workplace is checked, you tell the program what your work day is, what you «normal» working hours during the day should be, and how often and for how long youd want to take short and long breaks. The software will take all that into account and give you appropriate suggestions timely.
There are several smart things the application does as distinct from other similar software. First, it measures *your* time (how long you do something with a computer), not the *computer* time (how long it has been on). Then, the take-a-break messages show you short smart quotes that teach and entertain. And finally, the software includes a set of illustrated useful exercises you can do during each break.
Workplace Angel 4.1.0 Workplace Angel reminds to make pauses in your work, helps to adjust workplace for comfortable and healthy working and suggests exercises and stretches. Workplace Angel reminds to
Little Angel Messages 1.0 DEMO this charming animated software. Retail version has 50 angels and messages that display on your desktop (Windows) or in your browser, giving you inspiration and wisdom
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