Dec 082017
Mouse Clock for Windows. Clock becomes part of your mouse pointer.

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Mouse Clock (tm) for Windows. Mouse Clock
virtually becomes part of your mouse
pointer. It stays out of the way, while
providing you with the current time and free
system resources. NOW SUPPORTS A RATE CLOCK!
Imagine having all the rate information you
need-- WHENEVER YOU NEED IT. Works great for
Tech-Support Lines, On-Line Services, and
other hourly services. Can stay on top. Fully
configurable. 24-HR TIME supported.

File MCLOCK.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
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Mouse Clock for Windows. Clock becomes part of your mouse pointer.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CMDIALOG.VBX 18688 8719 deflated
COMMDLG.DLL 89248 41122 deflated
FILE_ID.DIZ 438 313 deflated
IMPORTAN.T!! 3057 1532 deflated
MCLOCK.EXE 18959 6438 deflated
REGISTER.TXT 3057 1532 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated
VENDOR.DOC 585 414 deflated

Download File MCLOCK.ZIP Here

Contents of the REGISTER.TXT file

Thank you for evaluating Mouse Clock for Windows.

Mouse Clock was designed to be a handy little utility which virtually becomes
part of the mouse cursor.

Mouse Clock can display just the time, just free system resources,
the time with seconds, and the free system resources, and now supports a
rate clock.

To configure Mouse Clock, just click the check box with the appropriate
option that you would like.

The Twenty Four Hour check box will have MouseClock display the time in
military/international format (0-23).

To use the rate clock, simply enter the hourly rate in the text box.
The rate clock compiles the total by minute-- as is done by most on-line
services, tech-support lines, and other services.

The registered version allows you to select background colors and font
colors. This is indeed a great feature, which makes Mouse Clock work and
look the way you want it to.

Copy the .DLL and the .VBX to your WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory.
Run MCLOCK.EXE from any directory.

Shareware & Registration

Shareware is a marketing practice allowing the consumer to try before buying. If
the user continues to use the program, he or she is encouraged to pay the registration fee. This registration fee will not only entitle the user to benefits such as 6-month support, a registration number, and an improvement in program performance, but will encourage the author to continue his efforts.
In addition, with registration, the user will be allowed to use the
color configuration options as described above.

Please Register If You Have Not Already.

Your investment of $10.00 will help the author,
Andrew M. Freeman, through college.

To Register, send a check or money order for $10.00 US (funds drawn
on a U.S. bank) to (foreign orders, and SWREG orders see below):

Andrew M. Freeman
P.O. Box 189
Holbrook, N.Y. 11741-0189

Foreign Orders (And SWREG Orders):

OR Register On-Line CompuServe.:
GO SWREG and search for ID# 3250, or search by KEYWORD: MCLOCK.

Upon registration you will receive an e-mail message or letter by mail
indicating the registration number to enter in the box at startup.
When you get this number, simply enter it in the box at startup.
The annoying registration reminder will disappear.
You will also receive free, 6-month support by e-mail or ground mail,
as well as access to color configurations.

Please register, it will help me through college. Thank you.

Also, while on CompuServe, GO WINSHA and look for ORGAN.ZIP:

AMF Intelligent Organ/Synthesizer for Windows. The first Organ to offer
features such as 127 instrument/voice selection, volume control, octave
organ actually looks and works like an organ. Has an auto playback
feature which makes it look like someone is actual playing! Works
like a CASIO keyboard-- but easier! Try it- a guaranteed favorite.
Needs VBRUN300.DLL. Full Help Included. (ORGAN.ZIP)

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