sClock is a lightweight software application whose purpose is to help you place an analogue clock on your screen and set up alarms.
Unobtrusive running mode
The tool runs quietly in the system tray until called upon when it reveals several configuration settings to tinker with.
The analogue clock can be moved to any area of the screen using the drag-and-drop support, and you can access the program’s functions by performing a right-click mouse operation on the utility’s icon from the system tray.
sClock gives you the possibility to set a up a new alarm by specifying the name, entering a user-defined time and date, as well as enabling the recurrence parameters (e.g. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday).
Plus, you can make the tool display a custom text message, play a preset sound notification or upload an audio file from your computer (WAV or MP3 file format), as well as run a certain program (EXE, BAT, or COM file format).
What’s more, you can add multiple alarms, edit or delete the selected ones, adjust the size and opacity of the clock, make the utility remain on top of other programs, allow mouse clicks to be performed through the clock, move the clock or lock its position on the desktop, and choose between different skins for changing the looks of the analogue clock.
All in all, sClock seems to be the right choice in case you are looking for a simple-to-use desktop enhancement application that allows you to set up alarms. The intuitive layout makes it an ideal tool for rookies and professionals alike.