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Windows 7: Setting a reoccuring alarm at 15 minute intervals

04 Mar 2013   #1

Windows 7 Professional 32 bit
Setting a reoccuring alarm at 15 minute intervals

How do I set an alarm to go off every 15 minutes on my computer. Would I need to download a specific programme and if so, which one?

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04 Mar 2013   #2


Using standard Windows Task Scheduler works.

How to Create a Repeating Alarm in Windows 7 Without Extra Software

I don't think has an audible beep but rather a popup window alarm. You can write a simple DOS .bat script to issue a CTRL-G (beep) character (via the ECHO statement).
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