Remember everything. Schedule anything.
AlarmX reminds you with event windows, Windows notifications, music, speech, applications—whatever works best for you. Use AlarmX to remember meetings and important dates, schedule nightly backups, wake to music, open websites in the morning—automatically. Events can play music or video, start applications or scripts, open websites, open files, and anything you can do with a Windows shortcut.
Click “Get it from Microsoft” to see AlarmX in the Microsoft Store. You can try AlarmX before purchasing. You will receive ten licenses and free, automatic updates.
Alarm++ users: AlarmX can convert your Alarm++ file to AlarmX format. AlarmX does not have the ability of Alarm++ to send e-mails.
Enter simple or complex mathematical expressions and immediately calculate the result. From adding your grocery bill to calculating cosine to doing your taxes, CalculateX does it all. Results are added to history, so you don’t have to write them down to remember them. Use the special variable answer to refer to the most recent result. Use the up- and down-arrows to cycle through previous input. CalculateX also supports conversions for mass, volume, temperature, speed, time, and length.
Click “Get it from Microsoft” to see CalculateX in the Microsoft Store. You can try CalculateX before purchasing. You will receive ten licenses and free, automatic updates.
Enterprise deployments of Windows frequently suffer from corruption of the built-in Windows Calculator app. Enterprises also often disable the Microsoft Store. In those cases, companies can use on-line or off-line licensing for CalculateX. If your company needs a different solution, please contact Sales to arrange volume pricing and distribution.
Display Changer II 1.8.0
Change the resolution of any Windows display (width, height, color depth, refresh rate, scaling, and rotation) permanently or only while a specific application is running. Display Changer II can also clone (duplicate), extend, add, detach, and rearrange the displays in a multiple-monitor setup. It can even configure your multiple monitors for AMD Eyefinity (so you don’t need to bother with the AMD Control Center). This is useful for presentations with laptops as well as games and home-theater computers. Display Changer II uses XML files to specify your monitor configurations. This can be an advantage over Display Changer, which uses command-line switches to specify settings and must be run once for each monitor.
Display Changer 4.5.0
Change the resolution of any Windows display (width, height, color depth, and refresh rate) permanently or only while a specific application is running. Display Changer can also add, detach, and rearrange the displays in a multiple-monitor setup. This is useful for games and home-theater computers. Display Changer uses command-line switches to specify settings, which can be useful when configuring multiple machines.
Typecast displays a list of the television shows you want so you don’t have to crawl through an endless grid of channels. Typecast uses your custom searches and the television listings for your area to find the programs you want to watch instead of a seemingly endless sea of junk. Whether you’re a serious TV viewer who DVRs and time-shifts everything or a casual viewer who watches TV before bed, Typecast finds what you’re looking for.
Typecast displays only programs that match your searches, from recent PG action/adventure movies during primetime with closed-captioning rated four or more stars to soccer matches between the Chicago Fire and the New England Revolution to new, HD episodes of Saturday Night Live with Whoopi Goldberg or Will Ferrell. No more wading through Paid Programming and reruns of Project Runway (unless that’s what you’re looking for). 🙂
Click “Get it from Microsoft” to see Typecast in the Microsoft Store. (If you are using an older version that was not published in the Store, you should uninstall it.)
If you use Windows Media Center, Typecast can communicate with WMC and display which programs have been recorded and which are scheduled to be recorded. You can also use Typecast to schedule programs to record on your WMC. (If you used Ceton’s abandoned My Media Center application, this makes a great replacement.)
Remember everything. Schedule anything.
Alarm++ reminds with event windows, e-mail, music, speech—whatever works best for you. Alarm++ reminds you with event windows that don’t take focus away from what you’re doing. Use Alarm++ to schedule nightly backups, wake to music, open websites in the morning, and e-mail files home—automatically. Play music or video, start applications or scripts, open websites, open files, anything you can do with a Windows shortcut.
Please note that Alarm++ has been superseded by AlarmX and is no longer under active development.
“This is one of the best alarm programs on the market today… Alarm++ is way cool… Don’t pass this one up.”—WUGNET Shareware Hall of Fame
Display the date and time on your taskbar in any format and color (including transparent). Get rid of that tiny, useless Windows clock. Pop up a calendar when you need one. Resize it to show as many or as few months as you want. Move Timekeeper around and it’ll remember its position and size, or not—your choice).
(I have released Timekeeper as open source on GitHub. Contributions are welcome, especially a fix for the display issues on Windows 10.)