Elprime Clock Pro 2.5 for Windows

by Elprime Software, Inc.

Avg. Rating 3.8 (18 votes)

File Details

File Size 2.3 MB
License Shareware, $19.75
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 61,393
Publisher Elprime Software, Inc.
Homepage Elprime Clock Pro

Publisher's Description

Elprime Clock Pro is a compact utility that comprises an analog clock, advanced alarm scheduler, and a calendar. It lets you have a transparent analog clock on your desktop which can stay always on top or disappear when you move the mouse cursor over it. It allows you to set up alarms with messages, WAV files or PC-speaker sounds, run files and documents. There's a calendar and Atomic clock/LAN time synchronization always at hand, too. The clock is fully skinable and comes with three nice-looking skins already. It also supports other useful features such as sounding chimes and starting with the system. At the same time, the tool doesn't come heavy on your system, using just a fraction of system resources.

Latest Reviews

bobad

bobad reviewed v1.05 on Sep 22, 2003

No repeat alarm? That makes it useless.

Agent469

Agent469 reviewed v1.01 Beta on Apr 25, 2003

Although I found El Clock quite innovative, I thought it lacked the ability to be relocated.

ps_benj

ps_benj reviewed v1.01 Beta on Nov 18, 2002

Promising with neat features not found elsewhere.

Next release needs:
- custom chime setting (one beep at the top of every hour instead of 10 beeps at 10 o'clock)
-Countdown timer
-elapsed timer

Desktop clock neat, except it makes app switching via task manager unpredictable. Would like to see digital clock too.

mozkill

mozkill reviewed v1.01 Beta on Nov 15, 2002

Phatsoft TMR is better because its simpler, it will run for free without ever registering it, and it doesn't annoyingly run in the task bar. All TMR does is add an event to the Microsoft Office scheduler. Don't mess with this Elprime Clock thing. Its unnecessary.

softspot

softspot reviewed v1.0 Beta on Oct 16, 2002

oops, spoke before my turn: it IS repositionable.... Now only the missing internet-synchronisation is left as minus.

andyslavik

andyslavik reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 30, 2002

I'VE NEVER SEEN TRANSPARENT WINDOWS ON MY WINDOWS 98 BEFORE!!! THIS IS THE GREATEST DESKTOP ENCHANCEMENT TOOL EVER!!! I WOULD RECOMMEND TO DOWNLOAD IT.

Blitzkrieg

Blitzkrieg reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 30, 2002

The idea behind the clock is unique and innovative compared to others. I can't wait until the final version comes out. This one is a bit buggy and flashes annoyingly on occasions, and the fade out (which I like the most) also has its quirks. I'll be keeping my eye out on this one.

Avg. Rating 3.8 (18 votes)
Your Rating
bobad

bobad reviewed v1.05 on Sep 22, 2003

No repeat alarm? That makes it useless.

Agent469

Agent469 reviewed v1.01 Beta on Apr 25, 2003

Although I found El Clock quite innovative, I thought it lacked the ability to be relocated.

ps_benj

ps_benj reviewed v1.01 Beta on Nov 18, 2002

Promising with neat features not found elsewhere.

Next release needs:
- custom chime setting (one beep at the top of every hour instead of 10 beeps at 10 o'clock)
-Countdown timer
-elapsed timer

Desktop clock neat, except it makes app switching via task manager unpredictable. Would like to see digital clock too.

mozkill

mozkill reviewed v1.01 Beta on Nov 15, 2002

Phatsoft TMR is better because its simpler, it will run for free without ever registering it, and it doesn't annoyingly run in the task bar. All TMR does is add an event to the Microsoft Office scheduler. Don't mess with this Elprime Clock thing. Its unnecessary.

softspot

softspot reviewed v1.0 Beta on Oct 16, 2002

oops, spoke before my turn: it IS repositionable.... Now only the missing internet-synchronisation is left as minus.

andyslavik

andyslavik reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 30, 2002

I'VE NEVER SEEN TRANSPARENT WINDOWS ON MY WINDOWS 98 BEFORE!!! THIS IS THE GREATEST DESKTOP ENCHANCEMENT TOOL EVER!!! I WOULD RECOMMEND TO DOWNLOAD IT.

Blitzkrieg

Blitzkrieg reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 30, 2002

The idea behind the clock is unique and innovative compared to others. I can't wait until the final version comes out. This one is a bit buggy and flashes annoyingly on occasions, and the fade out (which I like the most) also has its quirks. I'll be keeping my eye out on this one.

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