June 14th, 2007 by Keith

Health Keeper

Posted in Fun Stuff, Utilities, Windows

Health Keeper

Useful for people who spend a huge amount of time working on PC; this program, Health Keeper, is simply a diagnostic tool, i.e. it performs periodical breaks in the work to refresh users’ mind and body and relaxes the eyes. No doubt it is taking some time off from work, but it helps to prevent Computer Vision Syndrome and other diseases by giving your eyes some break from intensive staring.


  1. * It prevents Computer Vision Syndrome.
  2. * It helps prevent varicose veins disease.
  3. * It enhances the efficiency of mental tasks, attention and productivity of a computer user.
  4. * It helps the user to stay in good health and feel well when working at the computer.
  5. * It returns the “sense of time”. It helps you to divide the time on current tasks adequately and avoid time-consuming distraction by nonessential tasks.

Below are some nice features of the program.

  • * Adjustable lengths of work and rest periods
  • * Smart time control based on user idle (if keyboard and mouse are idle more than rest period length then this time counts as the rest and new working period starts when user returns to PC)
  • * Program can turn off monitor for rest period and automatically turn it on after
  • * Block keyboard and mouse for rest period (user can unblock computer by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del)
  • * Disabling of previous Ctrl+Alt+Del unblock (actually this option just locks the computer every second so even if you unblock it with ctrl+alt+del it will be immediately locked before you can even end task in task manager – only reset will help. This option is for the most undisciplined users).
  • * Option to add 5 more minutes to work period if you have something urgent to finish. The program asks you once one minute before the end of the work period.
  • * On screen display (in adjustable colors and level of transparency) that shows remaining time until next rest
  • * Graphical indication in tray icon how much of work period is over already
  • * Lock workstation when rest period starts
  • * Stores setting in system registry individually for every user of PC

Download Link
Health Keeper

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