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Demo (Free to try)
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9 KB
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939
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Windows All
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Publisher's Descriptions
Do you need a program to remind you to do something in a few minutes or hours? You need a countdown timer. Lean Count Down is a light-weight program that performs this function. It uses almost no resources, and has quick and easy interface. It only takes 5 seconds to set a timer, and you'll never forget again!

Use it to remember: to leave for the bus, take in the laundry, turn off the oven, take a typing break, go for a walk, take a break from homework, stop taking a break from homework, or anything you wish. You can run as many copies at once as you wish, and give each one their own reminder message.

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