Software Countdown Clock for Windows

     Countdown Clock is a Windows 95/98/NT/2000/ME/XP /Vista computer software program that displays a continuous countdown in years, days, hours, minutes and seconds to any event of your choosing. It comes with several built in events, but you can create your own custom events. It also allows you to customize the display colors and font size, and can dock itself to the top of your screen. You can also program in a pop-up display for the countdown clock to show when the event occurs. This program can be used for fun, to help keep track of appointments, and for advertising (displaying time until a sale ends or begins, etc.)

    Countdown Clock is available as shareware ($9.98 individual fee, with volume discounts available). Try it for ten days to see if you like it before you have to pay for it. Just download the install file to your computer, then run the file like a program by double-clicking on the install file in Windows Explorer or My Computer to install the program. Remember that complete instructions are provided for uninstalling the cluntdown clock if you decide that you do not like it. The program runs on Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP/ME.

Click here to download the installation program (ccarc.exe).

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If you like this program, but would like to see some improvements or additional features,
send email to Leithauser@aol.com or call (386)-738-0418 and describe the addition features you would like to see in this program. If they sound like good ideas, we will add the improvements at no charge.
Just part of our customer service!

      If you have any questions, please send email to Leithauser@aol.com. In case of emergency, you can call (386) 738-0418 between the hours of 11 AM and 5 PM Eastern time.

    If you prefer to write, the address is

Leithauser Research
3624 Royal Fern Circle
DeLand, FL 32724-1223

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