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TimeUp is an online timer that keeps track of the time spent on
the Internet. An icon in the system tray recognizes all internet
connections on analogue and ISDN modems. It calculates your phone
bill, gives you an overview per day or month in a table or even in
a graph. If you work with different users on one system, TimeUp
can give you an overview per user. TimeUp has a small window that
can stay on top of your desktop and show you the time or cost of
your connection. TimeUp can convert your costs to Euro. You can
download the tariffs and holidays for your country from our
website and load them into TimeUp, or make your own tariffs and
holidays with an easy to use wizard.
features of TimeUp:
- Many Internet providers and
phone companies nowadays work with a flat monthly rate for a
limited amount of hours connection time.
- The small window that stays
always-on-top can now show more then one item.
- You can now select English,
French, Dutch, Italian, Spannish, German AND Norwegian
language in the options.
- The help file is now available
in English, French and Dutch.
- When you reach a certain
amount of time online or spent a certain amount of money on
connection time, TimeUp can warn you and, if you want to,
disconnect from the Internet.
- Synchronize your system clock.
This can be done manually or automatically at the start of
- TimeUp has an Add-in menu. New
add-ins for TimeUp can be downloaded from our website.
- A new and improved
tariff- and holiday editor.
- TimeUp can now "simulate" a
tariff file. Enter a start- and end hour and let TimeUp tell
you what it will cost you.
- If the tariffs in your country
change, TimeUp can give you a warning so you can download the
updated tariff file.
- Use different Tariff Files for
different ISP's or phone companies. If you bind a Tariff File
to a DUN connection, this tariff file will be loaded every
time you use this connection.
- Use the "Chronometer" to
decide the amount of seconds your modem needs to connect.
- From the icon in the system
tray, search the web on one of the major search engines.
Kris De Jean
Windows 98, ME, 2000, NT,