TimeLeft looks like a suite of utilities designed to give solutions to most time-related issues. Namely, the program works as an event reminder, alarm clock, a countdown timer, system clock, stopwatch, timer, and a desktop message sticker.
After installing the app, you will find the program conveniently placed in the system tray, so that you can launch it on the spot each time you need it. A double-click or a single right-click will open the context menu to set the proper time-based tasks. The main window is not impressive. Still, it is clear-cut and very intuitive, features that make this tool a good choice for all users.
You may use TimeLeft as a classic scheduler that makes you never miss an important event that is about to come. What is great about this tool is that you can use it to open websites or run computer apps automatically on a date and at a time you determine. The configuration of an entry is a hassle-free task. You just set the time coordinates, type a text message, and enable sound alarms. In addition, you can make use of smart rules, such as time bounds, repetitive notifications, or pre-reminders.
Besides reminding you about things to do in the future and launching apps, the program helps you place stickers with notes on your desktop, add highly customizable clocks, enable countdowns and timers, measure time intervals, and set alarms. Most of the items will be displayed on your computer screen as floating windows, which you can resize and drag towards the desktop position you prefer.
The application seems to be a complete time-related set of tools. Still, the free edition isn't of much help, as you are restricted to a single entry per module. If you want to set multiple reminders, to display more notes and time zone clocks, or to use more than one timer and multiple stopwatches, then you are forced to purchase the commercial version.
- Easy-to-use app
- Provides multiple time-related modules
- Items displayed as resizable floating windows
- Launches apps at given dates and times
- Sets pre-reminders and repetitive notifications
- Limited to a single entry for each time-related task