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I've evaluated and finally purchased Xpert-Timer Time Tracking, as it fits all my requirements: Each task has it's own time/activity tracking called timestamps. Timestamp consists of start time, end time, duration (automatically calculated) and other fields. Total time spent on a task is sum of all timestamps assigned to it currently. Main screen allows ...


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I checked and found this: TellMeTheTime App Im not sure if it's what you are looking for.


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Probably not the exact thing you want but have a look at Rainmeter with this skin. What Rainmeter does is displaying totally customizable widgets on your desktop (you can also have them displayed in front of the taskbar, although it is different from being windows in the taskbar or background apps in the tray) and the possibilities are endless. You can ...


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Ok, I've implemented Shutdown with warning, because sometimes I have the same issue and I need to prevent my son from gaming until midnight. The software shuts down the PC (via shutdown -s -t 0 and behaves exactly like that, i.e. it may install updates and there may be programs preventing the PC from shutting down) runs on Windows 7 x64 SP1 and Windows 10, ...


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Try Brain Focus - The creator is pretty cool. It 'has pause/play button functionality on the notification slider without the need to switch to the Application window itself.'


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After research, I found this piece of software: www.trackitforward.com Track It Forward is another time-keeping software that appears to be able to do the job. It includes a clock-in and clock-out mechanic for easy volunteer time tracking. Pros: -Simple volunteer add in -Clock-in/Clock-out time tracking -Kiosk based -Mobile devices can be used as kiosks ...


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How about this one? Check Picture1: Expiration date and time settings on Short.io (formerly short.cm) https://short.io/features/link-expiration


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This question would benefit from a bit more detail about what windows version and what the app does (or do you expect us to download it, run it and work out all its functions before we think of a recommendation?) but assuming it times the amount of time before something like the washing or cooking finishes, windows 8 and 10 have a timer built in: Image ...


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for anything you want to automate on your mobile phone, I can highly recommend you Automate for Android. It is a small, yet powerful visual scripting app that allows you to perform any task you want: https://llamalab.com/automate/ This isn't the actual answer, as you still need to program it yourself. But along the way of scripting your timer, you'll ...


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you can use this app : Alarm Clock with Missions & Loud Ringtones -Alarmy https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=droom.sleepIfUCan&hl=en


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I'm using Digital Wellbeing on my phone to keep track of time spent on apps, and also set the time limit on each app. I have the latest Android OS, so not sure if it will work with your tablet.


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Online-Stopwatch Free Online - web based You can use the small version, or the full-screen version. Demonstration: Note that the blinking red is at the beginning and end of each segment, and it looks a lot just because my segments were just 2-3 seconds. It will look better with longer segments. The full-screen version is actually centered in the page, ...


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Do a google search for 'use your old iphone as security camera' This gives you motion detection. and 'iphone time lapse' Your problem will likely be finding an app that will run on the older phone. The autoupload is the hard one. For that I suggest you jailbreak your phone. That allows you to access your phone remotely via ssh. Another computer on your ...


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Alarm Clock runs on the Openbox window manager, among others: Alarm Clock is a fully-featured alarm clock for your GNOME panel or equivalent. It's easy to use yet powerful with support for multiple repeatable alarms, as well as snoozing and a flexible notification system. Among its features: Alarm Clock will notify you of an alarm by either ...


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If you're using XFCE4, there's a panel plugin which has this functionality - sort of. It's for taking "breaks" every fixed amount of time. So if you want to wait XYZ minutes, set the time between breaksk to XYZ, set the break time to whatever you like, then reset the timer. You'll now have a taskbar timer counting back to 0 from XYZ, and when reaching 0 it ...


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