Free Alarm Clock

Free Alarm Clock 2.7

Free
Create all the alarms you need to remember all your important tasks and events
4.3  (40 votes)
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Free Alarm Clock allows you to create all the alarms you need to remember all your important tasks and events. From simply reminding you of work meetings to helping you to remember anniversaries or birthdays, Free Alarm Clock can help you remember all kinds of events. You can create single-time or repetitive alarms and set the exact days of the week an alarm must trigger. Besides, you can temporarily enable or disable any of your alarms.

Even though the program offers a simple and easy-to-use interface, it incorporates all the features you will ever need to manage your alarms effectively. When you create a new alarm, you can set the exact time, the day(s) of the week, and a label or message to be displayed when the alarm triggers. You can also set an MP3 file as the alarm sound - the program includes 13 nice alarm tones, though you can add any MP3 file to them.

Free Alarm Clock includes two helpful features: it can automatically wake up your PC from sleep status and it can also turn on your monitor. These features are rarely found in this kind of programs. Moreover, this tool can enable your system's sound in case it is muted when an alarm is about to go off, and you can even set a comfortable volume level for your alarms.

Finally, Free Alarm Clock offers you even more features. For example, you can clone an alarm and then modify certain parameters only (a much quicker way of creating a new alarm than starting from scratch), and you can set a snooze time for your alarms ranging from 1 to 10 minutes.

Ricardo Soria
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Allows you to use any MP3 file as the alarm sound
  • Capable of waking up your PC from sleep status automatically
  • Capable of turning on your monitor
  • It can enable your system's sound in case it has been muted
  • Allows you to set the volume level

Cons

  • Its visual design could be a bit more functional and attractive
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