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Desktop Alarm Clock

By UT Bay Free Editors' Rating

Editors' Review

Download.com Staff Apr 4, 2012

Need an extra reminder for tasks or events? Desktop Alarm Clock from UT Bay is a free Windows utility that instructs your PC to sound an alert at a user-specified time, just like, well, an alarm clock.

The lightweight app needs no installation. Just run it after download and you're ready to go. Setting the alarm couldn't be easier. Pick the alarm sound from any audio file already in your computer or leave a note to yourself regarding the alarm. The small interface can be located anywhere you want it on your screen. You may even opt to hide it, and it will sit unobtrusively on the system tray and reappear only when the alarm goes off.

Desktop Alarm Clock is a nifty little application that can be very useful for individuals who get too engrossed working on their PCs. It's free, easy to use, and could save you from making excuses about being late. The application installs and uninstalls cleanly.

Full Specifications

What's new in version 2.16


Release June 28, 2013
Date Added June 28, 2013
Version 2.16

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
Additional Requirements None


Total Downloads 55,455
Downloads Last Week 8
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Developer's Description

Desktop Alarm Clock is a small and fast standalone application. It does not require any registration for download, decompression or installation. Just download it and run it. It takes around 0% of the processor time (you can check it with Ctrl+Alt+Del in your Task Manager) and almost nothing from your system memory. You can set the alarm and hide it in the system tray to free the screen space as well. It will pop up automatically when the alarm goes on.