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BigClock 1.0

Shows the time in big digits on your Windows CE 2 machine
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Screenshots & Images

Screenshot of Main display of large clock, note control in service tray has alarm functions as well
Screenshot of CE 1 view
Screenshot of Main display of large clock, note control in service tray has alarm functions as well


BigClock is a process that shows the time in big digits on your HPC. BigClock also allows you to set alarms via a dialog that is more friendly than the World Clock on the HPC.

How do I install it?

Open .zip file and copy the program to your desired folder. Note that the MIPS version contains an Aygshell.dll that must also be copied along with the executable.

How do I uninstall it?

Just delete it from the folder that you installed it in.

System Requirements

BigClock is only available for MIPs palmsize PCs (CE2.0) and the SH3 HPC. To install it use the CE Services explorer to copy it to an appropriate folder on your PPC machine. Use the explorer to create a link to BigClock in the start menu or one of its folders. The process will create any registry entries that it needs.

Installation Instructions

Manually copy zip contents to any folder on your HPC you desire. Read included .txt or .doc file to learn about options and alarms.


Clockfull screenalarm

License Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
Website http://www.grimes.demon.co.uk/
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Popularity 785
Total Downloads  64
Submitted By C:Amie
Submitted On 06 January 2013


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