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What is XUS Clock?
XUS Clock - A powerful & colorful alarm clock
XUS Clock is a powerful & colorful alarm clock with an innovative clock face. The clock color, size are totally customizable as you wish. It supports current local time in cities and countries worldwide, in all time zones with DST. XUS Clock allows you set more than 128 alarm times. And you can choose a WAV file or use the default for each of your alarms. The program, while functional and easy to understand, It could let you personalize a display message or set a computer action (such as Shutdown Computer, Restart Computer...) when an alarm triggers. So it is not just a clock, It could be your life assistant.Version: 1.3.68 Size: 1.04MB Price: $9.99 (
Benefits & Features
* Innovative & beautiful clock face. * Customize clock size & color. * World clock in all time zones with Daylight Saving Time. * Easy to use and manage clocks & alarms. * Personalize your display message & alarm sound. * Set a timer to execute a computer action (such as shutdown, restart, lock computer or open a file). * Allow you set alarms for every clock in different time zone.
Reviewed by Softoxi.com Editor - April 09, 2012
"If you are looking for an easy way to improve your desktop, then you should definitely try XUS Clock. This beautifully designed piece of software is not only a great embellishment for the screen of your computer, but also a handy and effective solution for your time keeping needs."
Reviewed by DownTheShore - April 21, 2012
Installed without a problem on Vista. It defaulted to my desktop when installed so I had to set up a folder in Program Files for it.
The only thing installed in the PF is the .exe application. It does not automatically install itself into the Start>Programs menu,
you have to do that yourself. If the clock is not set to be always on top, there is no indication in the systray that it is running.
Runs smoothly, has the ability to set multiple alarms, default alarm sound is a non-annoying chime though you can use your own .wav file. You can create multiple clocks (when created they are one on top of the other if you keep the clock in its default upper-left corner screen position, FYI). Mousing near the clock brings up a panel to exit, change the settings or move the clock, similar to the Vista Sidebar controls (or most widgets, I guess). The clock can be moved to whatever part of the desktop you prefer.
You can set whatever color you like for the moving circles, and also adjust the transparency of the colors, though the less opaque you set them, the less distinguishable they are. The clock itself can be reduced in 10% increments of opacity down to 50%. The minimum radius is “48″ and the maximum is “128″. The clock can be set to start with Windows and/or stay on top of the screen. You can choose a 12 or 24 hour clock.
I like the design of the clock. It’s interesting to look at. My issues with it are that it just takes up too much space. I would prefer to have the ability to resize it smaller and to decrease the opacity further.
What is the difference between Free Edition and Plus Edition?
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Customize Clock Theme
Computer Shutdown Timer
Computer Restart Timer