Just pick a date on the calendar, enter a time and name and you're ready to run. These events can easily be added, edited, and deleted in edit mode. Now you can enter event times to the seconds. Display Mode From the events list you can select any of the events to countdown to. Once you choose the countdown you want to view, you can switch to display mode by double clicking on the numbers and drag it to a different part of the screen. Includes several options for starting up with Windows as well as showing an icon in the system tray. Colors for the display can be customized and the display can be made always on top so you can always see your countdown even while working in other programs. Also, the program can be sized to be as large as the screen or small enough to fit in any corner of the screen.
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