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BigClock 2.0

From the popup menu you can set the display font used on screen.


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  • Last Updated: Mar 10, 2009
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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BigClock is a Desktop Utilities software developed by Brian Shepherd. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for BigClock:

BSEditor: BigClock is an on Screen Clock with a timer! Though called BigClock, the size is fully adjustable to whatever you want. A Font Size of about 250 will give you a full screen size, 20 will probably fit on your caption bar. So have it in whatever font, color and size does the job for you! It is designed to stay in front of anything on screen so it is normally in view. You can show/hide the clock by clicking on the icon in the tray.

From the popup menu you can set the display font used on screen. Select Settings from the popup menu to set timer, alarm, alarm message and display format. You can MOVE the clock around the screen with the mouse.

The timer is set in minutes. There is a button to set the timer on or off. You can set the alarm to play a wav file placed in the same folder as the program. I have included a file but any wav file will play if called 'bigclock.wav'. You can also set the alarm color, an optional message to be shown and a file to be run on alarm, which can be an mp3 file if you don't like wav files! You can also change the display format by using whichever specifiers you want. (See the '?' button for an explanation of specifiers). If the clock is hidden, it will pop up when the alarm goes. Double clicking the clock will stop the alarm.
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