Freewatch is a very simple stopwatch application. It will run under Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Vista. Heck, it might even work under Windows 3.11. You may start as many instances of FreeWatch as you like/need.
Using FreeWatch should be fairly intuitive. Click on the Start button to begin the timer, and then click on the Stop button to stop it. The Reset button will reset the timer to zero. The Lap button can be used to freeze intermediate readings while the timer continues on. The current time as of when the Lap button is pushed will be displayed under the main time display. After the initial press of the Lap button, any subsequent presses will also indicate (in parenthesis) the elapsed time since the previous lap press.
One other feature of FreeWatch, is the ability to
it from a DOS command line or batch file. You do this via the
command line parameters:
|FreeWatch /start||starts the timer|
|FreeWatch /stop||stops the timer|
|FreeWatch /reset||resets the timer to zero|
|FreeWatch /lap||takes a lap reading|
|FreeWatch /label "Text"
||sets description field to text
Note that you may only control one instance of FreeWatch from the command line.
Windows 95 or better.
There is none! Simply download it and run it!
| FreeWatch.zip for Mac OS-X
Save the FreeWatch.exe file to your desktop PC and copy it to the Program Files directory on your Pocket PC. Or download directly from your Pocket PC device.