TinyStopWatch is another addition to the already saturated desktop clock market, but there's nothing about this particular clock that stands out above the rest.
The program launches as soon as you extract it, and a tiny interface appears on your desktop that resembles a digital clock. On the interface are three buttons: Start, Stop, and Reset. The program's settings menu can be accessed from a Taskbar icon. When we first right-clicked on the icon, the menu appeared in Japanese, but we were able to change it to English. The settings are very basic, and include letting you set the clock's position on your desktop, and choosing either military or civilian time. Also included with the settings is an Alarm option that is deceiving, because it actually changes the clock over to a stopwatch, not an alarm. When put to the test, the clock did display our current time, and we were able to use it successfully as a stopwatch.
Overall, we just weren't that impressed with this app's offerings. A true alarm feature would have made it more appealing. Even though it's free, we recommend you look for a desktop clock with more functions.