From SimTec Laboratory:
The program cares of your eyes when you work at the computer long time. It remembers you to take a break or to do eye gymnastics in some time defined in settings. When you decide to do eye gymnastics it guides you proposing some eye exercises. The method was taken from Excimer clinic (St.-Petersburg). This gymnastics activates blood circulation around your eyes which provides more oxygen to your eyes what is urgently needed for their right functionality. Save your eyes, do not loose your sight.
What's new in this version: Version 4.0 adds new predefined settings, new progress bars to display Total time of work today and Total time of "red eyes".
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