Welcome to my web page, I hope you find something here to interest you.
My page contains some programs I have written that you can download and use for free. That means you do not need to register the software and no subscription is necessary: All the software is free to download and use.
I am in the process of updating the software on my site. Plans include adding a volume control to all my programs that use sound, but don’t hold your breath!
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Chimer is a program that mimics the sounds of Big Ben in London. You can set chimes for on the hour, quarter past the hour, half-past the hour and quarter to the hour. If you want to you can set the chimes to any Microsoft .wav files instead of the Big Ben chimes. Sounds that are short in duration are best. Chimer also has a silence setting, so if you leave your computer on overnight you can turn the chimes off.
KClick is a program that sounds a click or beep each time you press a key on your keyboard. Some of the sounds resemble those of old typewriter keyboards. Some sound like Organiser beeps. There are five clicks to suit. This program certainly makes typing a more fun activity to engage in. I hope to release another version of this in the next couple of months which will have a volume control that was not available previously.
KSound is a little like KClick except in this program you can set individual sounds for each type of key. You can set one sound for the alphabetic keys; one sound for the function keys and so on.
Wintris is my version of the ever popular Tetris game. There are 3 types of game to play; easy, medium and hard and you can alter the drop speed of the blocks. To move and rotate the blocks you can use joystick or keyboard. There are sound effects and music. You can choose between 3d or gradient filled blocks. You can set the background to a picture you like and there is a a quick drop function. If you’re using the keyboard you use the space bar, the cursor keys and the z and x keys.
Wintris won’t run on Windows 8 or 10. It was originally written for Windows XP which was released around 2002.
At the moment this program is not available for download. I am hoping to release it sometime within the next few months.
My Biorhythm program Bioplot plots the Biorhythms for some given birth date and chart date. Many people believe that biorhythms offer an insight into their lifestyle and helps them to make the most of certain cycles that occur throughout one’s life.
There are a number of cycles that each have their own period from 28 days upwards. When the biorhythms are at the top end (+100%) that particular biorhythm is at its peak and its most influential. For instance in the physical cycle which lasts 28 days, you’re at your physical best and will find your performance will be enhanced at this point; If your physical biorhythm is at -100%, then things in that area you’ll find more of a chore. For more information on biorhythms click here
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This page was last updated on the 20th of March 2019.