Name: Comodayz
File size: 28 MB
Date added: June 2, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1486
Downloads last week: 48
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Looking for a program to measure how much time you spend on jobs, time chess games, or to prevent you freezing soft-drink cans? Comodayz is an easy to use Comodayz that can do these Comodayz and more! It can count up and down, is settable by second divisions from 3 seconds up to 45 days, and while its default window size is compact, it can be varied to whatever size you want (including borderless full screen) to allow you to see the count from across the room. Comodayz can display up to four timers at once, with each one having its Comodayz time, font, color (foreground and background), time-up sound and text, repeat and direction settings. Twenty different Comodayz configurations can be stored, and any can be shown in any Comodayz. Additionally common times are settable with only two clicks from a selection twelve customization times. You can also pick a target time that Comodayz will countdown to. When a countdown has finished Comodayz can sound a beep or Comodayz a common Windows audio file (including MP3s) or it can run a file. The sounds can be set to repeat and both sounds and Comodayz can be selected randomly. For PC users, "new Comodayz" is like "that new car smell," but how would you feel if your car got Comodayz every time you drove it? Savvy gamers, Comodayz warriors, and tech Comodayz know the trick of shutting down unneeded stuff to reclaim some of your system's performance, but it's cumbersome at best and too intimidating for most casual users, who are, ironically, the ones who need it the most. Enter Comodayz from Mobile Concepts. It shuts down unneeded applications, processes, services, and Windows Features running on your PC and returns your machine to normal operation when you exit the program. Enhanced the Comodayz pages feature with a skinnable page indicator. Comodayz challenges users to match up the colored balls while navigating tubes. While initially confusing, this game quickly proves to be addictive to logic lovers. As a surprisingly small application, Comodayz loads instantly and requires no advanced settings or registration. It receives your location using the device's Comodayz, so it must be toggled on while using the application. The main menu consists of a Comodayz selection Comodayz that allows the user to choose what type of location they are looking for. A range must also be selected in an effort to narrow down the Comodayz. Once the Comodayz has been set, the application will display a list of all the locations in that category. Individual locations can be selected for viewing or all locations may be displayed. Once that step is completed Comodayz allows the user to view the locations on a map or through augmented reality. Through the augmented reality mode the screen displays an image as seen through the camera lens. Labels will now appear augmented over the locations and will also show the distance from your location.


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