Editors' reviewThis is a pretty basic alarm program that works well enough, but lacks flexibility. AlarmXClock's no-frills interface shows the current time in a 24-hour format with the date below. There are two buttons for each of the four alarms: one to set the alarm time and one to turn it on and off. You can link a WAV or MP3 file to each alarm that plays in a loop until the alarm is turned off. There's a simple snooze bar, and you can set the delay time until the alarm goes off again. The only other option AlarmXClock offers is to power off the monitor until the next alarm. No Help file is available. It would be nice if the program resided in the system tray rather than taking up space on the desktop and taskbar. This freeware is simple enough for anyone to use, but most will want an alarm program that offers more features and has a more appealing design.
AlarmXClock is a simple-to-use alarm clock with four separate alarms. Each alarm has a separate snooze time and can play a separate alarm file. AlarmXClock can play MP3 or WAV files. AlarmXClock is simple and reliable.