This streamlined, feature-packed makes a solid replacement for Windows' built-in clock. As you'd likely guess, Atomic Alarm Clock's main objective is timekeeping, but the tray icon offers several design and alarm options, including an abundance of skins (select them manually or change through the Random Skin feature) to give the clock a bit more flair. You can also set it to display the current date or to display a calendar on your desktop. Moreover, Atomic Alarm Clock's alarms can pop-up messages, play a sound file, launch a program, or shut down the PC. In addition, the program has a snooze feature and can automatically synchronize with atomic clock servers. It can also display your PC's uptime. All in all, this 30-day trial has something for anyone looking for a more versatile and functional system clock.
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Alert yourself about important events with different alarms and replace your computer tray clock using different skins. Computer Alarm Clock that will play any MP3 file. It can also run a program, log off, reboot, shut down, or turn off. Atomic Alarm Clock is also an atomic-time synchronizer and advanced replacement for Windows tray clock. Over 130 skins are included in the distribution. It is supported by Longhorn clock style.
On XP it has a simple interface. Highly configurable. Functions smoothly in background. Simultaneous display of 2 timezones. Alarms and reminders can be set for years in advance, repeating or one time. Skinnable with a large variety of Skins.
No updates in over a year. Never worked with Vista even when set in compatibility for XP, No support from developer. Limited patterns on repeating alarms. Can only check 2 time zones without reconfiguring
If you are running Windows XP then download this, you won't regret it. Fantastic utility and light on system resources. For any operating system after that pass it by until the developer starts updating it again. It won't work.
Updated on Sep 12, 2011
I've discovered the problem with this product and Vista. It only works with Vista 32 bit operating systems. You would think the developer would list that somewhere.