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TimeAfterTime 1.1

Allows the use of up to 6 simultaneous count-up/count-down timers, stopwatches


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  • Last Updated: Nov 26, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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TimeAfterTime is a Desktop Utilities software developed by Measurement And Conversion Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for TimeAfterTime:

Edit By BS Editor: TimeAfterTime is a versatile Multi-Timer application - allowing the use of up to 6 simultaneous count-up/count-down timers, stopwatches and alarm clocks.

As is the case with the origin of so many of the best products, TimeAfterTime was born of necessity. My wife often tries out new recipes - experimenting and adding her own 'personal touch' as she goes, and often has cause to prepare multiple dishes simultaneously. Up until recently, she had been using discrete timers and stopwatches for her timing needs, but this was cumbersome and we both thought there had to be better way.

Well, I found there is no shortage of multi-timer applications for Windows out there, and downloaded and tried a few, but to my surprise discovered that they did NOT fulfill all our requirements - requirements which I thought would be typical:

There should be one 'Master Control Panel' to launch any type and number of timer modules - ie count up for a set duration, Count Down for a set duration (either recurring or once), count to a pre-determined time of day, or operate as a stopwatch.

It should be possible to assign a UNIQUE alarm WAV file to EACH timer module (including the ability for the user to simply select from a list of MEANINGFUL announcement files packaged with the application - not just short 'sound effects' files).

The sound announcements should not cut each other off, or overlap. Any announcement Currently being made should be monitored by the application, so that it is allowed to finish before the next one begins. It should be possible to audibly distinguish between a recurring alarm (ie one that automatically resets itself and goes off every time a set duration elapses), and an alarm set to trigger only once.
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