WorkPause

As we all know that if we work all day in front of our computer, at the end we might have several diseases, just like: back hurts, eyes are red and tired and neck is stiff, etc.

WorkPause 3.0
Publisher: www.praven3.com License: Shareware
Version: 3.0 Date Added: 8 November, 2012
File Size: 736.7 KB Downloads: 37
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Systems: Windows

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As we all know that if we work all day in front of our computer, at the end we might have several diseases, just like: back hurts, eyes are red and tired and neck is stiff, etc. And the long hours of work with computers, coupled with the lack of adequate rest can often lead to health troubles like back pain, eye strain, and even Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) which is quite difficult to cure. How to prevent this The answer is that we can avoid it by taking breaks every so often. But we usually forget it when we are crazy on our work How should we do The break reminding software is an ideal solution for us. In some case this utility can even break our work compulsively! Here is a handy and funny break reminding tool I will recommend to you. That is WorkPause, which came from Praven3 Software. Are you looking for such a program at it happens Now this is a good chance for you! Don't miss it!WorkPause is a utility that can help us prevent the tiredness, back pain, eye strain, repetitive strain injury (RSI) or other illnesses provoked by long uninterrupted work with computers. The program reminds us at regular intervals to take a break and also keeps track of our overall work time statistics. The reminder can be displayed after X minutes of activity as a unobtrusive system tray message or we can enforce the break by having the program lock our screen.Here are some key functions and advantages of this health protection utility:WorkPause is a home or office rest reminder - a software program to remind us, when necessary, to break our work and have some rest. It has been proven that the regular rest breaks reduce the risk of developing RSI or other computer-related diseases, and help to avoid eyestrain.WorkPause is especially suitable for and designed to be used by the office workers: those, who spend most of their time sitting in front of the computers. Are you an office employee Do suggest to your company's HR department what a great addition WorkPause would make to build an ergonomic workplace. And if we are Human Resource professional, or Occupational Health and Safety representative, or otherwise responsible for the health of the employees, we might wish to evaluate WorkPause for use in our organization. WorkPause offer free 30-day trial version, and a fixed-price site licenses which include free upgrades and support.If we're self-employed, or work from home, WorkPause can help us too. The same risks that exist for the office, apply in the home - even more so, if we work for ourselves! While we all know that regular breaks are good for our health, in the hurry to get the job done we often tend to forget them, and skip them until we feel the inevitable back pain and dry, red eyes. Or perhaps R.S.I... And we can leave it to WorkPause to prevent this.WorkPause is much more than just a break reminder. While we work, it will collect and show us statistics on how we use our computer. It will adjust the frequency and the timings of the breaks according to our tempo. When the day is over, it'll remind us to stop working and go home. And it's fully configurable so we can easily adapt it to the way we work.In WorkPause everything is customizable. How much time to work between pauses, when to have long or short break, whether to be notified with just a popup or via locking the entire screen (so we really have to stop working) - it's up to us to select. In addition, WorkPause is able to track how we use the mouse and the keyboard and adjust the timing of the breaks accordingly.It's very frustrating to be interrupted in the middle of a sentence. With WorkPause, we'll get ample warnings that a break is imminent so we can prepare in advance. And if we really don't want to stop our work, just postpone or skip the reminder.At last, we can download a free, fully-functional trial version of WorkPause and use it for 30 days to see if it's exactly right for us. And it also offer 30-days money-back guarantee!How about this break reminding utility Want to keep your health well for ever Why not give it a try and experience its advantages now!The WorkPause is a software that can help you prevent the tiredness, back pain, eye strain, repetitive strain injury (RSI) or other illnesses provoked by long uninterrupted work with computers. The software reminds you at regular intervals to take a break and also keeps track of your overall work time statistics. The reminder can be displayed after X minutes of activity as a unobtrusive system tray message or you can enforce the break by having the software lock your screen.If you are like the typical computer user, at the end of the day you feel like a wreck: your back hurts, your eyes are red and tired, and your neck is stiff. The long hours of work with computers and the lack of adequate rest can often lead to health troubles like back pain, eye strain, and even Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) which is quite difficult to cure. How to prevent this? If you make regular rest breaks and use them to take your eyes off the screen, do some stretches or a short walk around the office, you can easily prevent RSI or avoid eyestrain. Still, deeply immersed in your work, you often forget to rest.What you need is a reminder - like WorkPause.The WorkPause Break Reminder can help you reduce the risk of developing RSI or other computer-related illnesses by reminding you to make regular breaks.WorkPause is a break reminder - a utility program to remind you, when necessary, to break your work and have some rest. It has been proven that the regular rest breaks reduce the risk of developing RSI, or other computer-related diseases, and help to avoid eyestrain.In a few words, WorkPause works like this:You can specify how much time you'd like to work between the breaks, when to have short or long breaks etc.While you work, WorkPause sits in the system tray and shows the time left until the next pause. It can monitor the intensity of your work and adjust the timing accordingly.When it's time for a rest break, WorkPause will let you know; it can use sound with a small message, or black out the screen to make sure you really stop working.Of course, if you don't like to break right now, you can postpone or disable the alarms.Features:Very simple and easy-to-use.Customizable. Short, long and micro-breaks are supported:micro break (every few minutes): stop your work for a few seconds; close your eyes.short break (every 20 minutes): stay at your desk, but look away from the monitor; flex your arms and neck.long break (every hour): stand up, stretch, go for a short walk.Unobtrusive and discrete, sits in the system tray when not active.Supports different notification options (can be selected separately for the different break types):TooltipSlider BoxMessage BoxScreen LockCan notify you with sound during the last seconds before break.Can be paused to prevent interrupting you during important tasks.(canceling or postponement of the break is also possible).Can monitor the mouse and keyboard usage and adjust the timing of the breaks accordingly.Keeps statistics of the time spent using the computer and the breaks made.Multilanguage support (check the list of supported languages here).Auto-run option, to start it automatically every time Windows boots.Low memory and CPU usage.

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