Atomic Alarm Clock is an application that comes to replace the standard Windows clock. Offers users a bunch of extra utilities not yet available in Microsoft's operating system, such as an alarm clock, skins for Windows clock, an atomic-time synchronizer, hourly chimes and more.
When it comes to setting up an alarm, the software's options are both easy and flexible. The alarm can be triggered at a certain date and time, once every few hours, on a daily basis or on certain days and hours and so on.
A flexible timetable is not all that Atomic Alarm Clock provides. In addition, it can play a sound of your choosing for a specified number of times, by hour count or until you dismiss the alarm window. It can also shut down your computer automatically or run a program of your choosing, with certain parameters.
Furthermore, the software can wake the computer, in case it goes to standby or hibernate mode.
When an alarm goes off, the program will display a notification on your desktop from where you can stop it or snooze it.
Vastly improved replacement for the standard Windows tray clock
When you launch the application, your default Windows clock will be replaced. If you are not satisfied with the looks of your new clock, you can select a different skin, on its main settings panel.
The program is fully customizable, so you can show date or not, show the day of the week, show seconds, use 12 hour format, show the system uptime, the percent of memory in use, time zones and much more.
Over 30 skins are included in the distribution.
You can disable this feature.
A completely skinnable desktop calendar. Over 10 skins are included in the distribution.
View the time in different time zones.
You will be able to synchronize the system time with different atomic clock servers.
All in all, Atomic Alarm Clock is a nice tool, it's one of the apps to be installed on every machine out there.