Alarm Clock for Windows 7

Don’t have one of those stylish iPhone alarm clocks that wake you up every morning playing your favorite song?
You don’t need one! There’s a great alternative, simply grab the Windows 7 Alarm Clock Gadget that can do the same.

Boot PC Automatically via BIOS Wake On LAN And Launch Alarm Clock

Update: You can boot the PC using Wake on LAN to save energy

  • Download the alarm clock gadget here Get gadget.

You can set the alarm by clicking on the gadget. Click on the little options icon to choose a MP3 file that you want to hear as a wake-up song. You can also change the color of the skin and customize the display. Overall a pretty handy gadget.

Tip: Use a time switch to boot your PC in the morning (automatically) and you can save a lot of energy.

If you are not looking for a Windows 7 sidebar gadget, but for a real desktop solution, I suggest that you read this post over at our sister site

Alarm Clock that plays MP3

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2 Responses to Alarm Clock for Windows 7

  1. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    june said: Where can i get s free desktop clock with timer for windows 7.

  2. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Nukie said:

    Your Windows Live Gallery link no longer takes you to that gallery, since Windows Live Gallery has been discontinued by Microsoft.

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