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As a freelancer or busy employer, it's important to know how much time you spent working on your projects or the amount of hours you have left until a deadline. A solution for this tasks comes from InerziaTimer, an easy-to-configure program that brings you a countdown tool, a chronometer, and a basic alarm clock.
This application brings you some important advantages, like the fact that the three integrated utilities are very easy to configure, the countdown tool and alarm clock can be used simultaneously, and the chronometer information can be saved to TXT files for later use.
In the Preferences menu you have access to additional settings for each built-in utility. For instance, you can enter the text you wish the program to announce once the alarm goes on (it can both display and loudly say a text), adjust the sound volume or configure the application to open a file after the alarm sound.
However, this program comes with various flaws: you can't set other alarm sounds than the ones offered by the application and schedule more than one alarm at a time.
Even though InerziaTimer provides its users some helpful tools, my belief is that it still needs additional functions, as I mentioned previously. But since it's free, it's up to you to decide whether it's worth a shot or not.
- Easy-to-use interface
- Comes with built-in countdown tool, chronometer, and alarm clock
- Unable to set other alarm sounds than the ones offered by the application
- Unable to set more than one alarm at a time