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Many parameters of Hot Alarm Clock, such as default sound, are set via its different windows. The Options dialog box lets you set only the most general parameters.

Alarm Clock Options

Hot Alarm Clock's interface language.
Run at Windows startup
Automatically launch Hot Alarm Clock when the system is started.
Time format
By default, Hot Alarm Clock uses the time format defined in the Windows settings. This option lets you force the application to use the 12 hours (am/pm) or 24 hours (Military) display mode.
Sound device
This option lets you choose which audio device to play back all the alarms on.
This is an optional password protection. This way, only someone who knows the password can run the program. Check Request a password before starting and set up the password.
Backup, Restore
These buttons let you back up your Hot Alarm Clock database, and then restore it on the same or another computer. The backup copy will contain all necessary data, including the application's appearance and registration data.
Restore Defaults
This button lets you restore Hot Alarm Clock's initial parameters and initial appearance.

Reminder Options

The look of the Reminder window may differ from the general look of the application. You can change the Skin or Font for labels. In the Snooze field, you can select a value to be used by default for new reminders. Also you can edit the list of snooze times.

Scheduled Tasks

Scheduled Backup
If you want to set up automatic backup, check Scheduled Backup, and specify the backup period. Backups will be stored in the Backup folder.
In the Number of backup copies to keep field, enter the number of copies of your database that Hot Alarm Clock should store.
Scheduled Updates
Select Scheduled Updates checkbox to have Hot Alarm Clock check for updates automatically. Hot Alarm Clock doesn't download updates automatically.


You can set up keyboard shortcuts for frequently used functions.
System-wide hotkeys
This option lets you set all hotkeys in the list as the system-wide hotkeys. Such hotkeys will work in all applications.