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A simple Timer for Windows

A while ago, I needed a simple desktop Timer application. I didn’t like any of all the existing ones, so I wrote my own. It’s called EvertTimer.

screenshot of EvertTimer

screenshot of EvertTimer

I programmed it using C# with .Net version 4, so you need that to run this simple desktop application. Furthermore, you need the portable, single executable file EvertTimer.exe. If you are interested, you can download the source code.

About Evert Mouw

Interested in kinda everything, studied political science, now studying medical informatics. MCSE, Linux enthousiast, and believing that technology is the path to enlightenment 😉 Best RTS game ever is Warhammer Soulstorm (IMHO). Other hobbies include hiking, kayaking, reading and when I have time, trying to have an ant colony in an artificial nest (formicarium).

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  3. All I want is a click-on, click-off, timer. Two clicks. One to start. One to stop. The start click resets to 0:00. I had downloaded one and sold the computer it was on and now I can’t find it anywhere. Your timer looks good for those who need all that. All I want to do is time segments of copy as I read them.


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