AlaTimer, with the friendly assistance of Fred Flintstone helps parents control their children's daily computer usage. Fred limits each child to a pre-configured usage time (set in minutes), for each calendar day. Hover the mouse over Freds icon and you'll find how many minutes you have left. With one minute to expiry, a message pops-up asking you to logoff. AlaTimer would logoff, shutdown, or restart the computer, on usage time expiry.
What's new in this version: Version 2.01 includes the following updates: 1. User's may be inspected and/or configured remotely, over the network (given Administrator's rights); 2. AlaTimer is installed (setup.exe) as a standard Windows application; 3. AlaTimer is uninstalled using Control Panel's "Add or Remove programs".
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