If you, just like the majority of people on the planet, get up early to go to work or school, you know what a pain it is to hear a familiar tune every morning. The real problem is that we often turn off our alarm clock being in a semi-conscious state and happily sleep on until we are late for everything. Now you have an opportunity to set up your alarm clock in a way that will not let you just tap the screen of your phone or the button on your alarm clock to turn the sound off. You can now use your computer as an alarm clock!
Net Alarm Clock is a tiny, yet handy utility that enables you to set an alarm on either a local computer or a PC in your network. Setting an alarm on a remote computer ensures that you will have to get up, walk to another room and turn it off — which in most cases means that you won’t go back to sleep. The program allows you to assign your favorite MP3 to your alarm signals and create a schedule for every day of the week (several alarms per day supported). Net Alarm Clock can be installed locally and on a network computer. The latter case requires installation on both the client and the server PCs and enables you to upload and play alarms on the server. Access to the remote computer is password-protected. The program recognized ID3 tags, so it will correctly display the names of the song and the author, as well as the duration of the track, instead of the file name only.
To make your daily alarms sound differently, try Net Alarm Clock!
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