Eyestrain? Eyes tired after spending so much time on a screen? We recommend the 20/20/20 rule. Every 20 minutes you should look up from your screen 20 feet away and blink 20 times. There are 2 computer tools that can help to remind you to take a visual break:
Eyes Relax is a tool that reminds you about taking those breaks. It a very flexible utility, which allows you to specify two independent (short and long) work periods, the length of the breaks, break types, notification sounds and many other settings. Eyes Relax has also the parenting features. It can enter the password-protected Parent Mode in which the user is forced to take breaks (during the break the computer is locked). This is very useful since children often forget about the real world and play video games much too long.
EyeLeo is a free utility that tries to help by providing gentle periodic reminders to exercise your eyes, or get up and move around. Long breaks are five minutes long by default, and EyeLeo wants you to have one every hour. You can configure both the interval between breaks and their duration in the EyeLeo Settings dialog. During a long break, EyeLeo dims your entire screen, so there's no way you could miss it. If you find yourself dismissing the long break reminder, you can switch on EyeLeo's strict mode. In this mode, there is no way to dismiss the long break reminders: Your screen dims and you simply must get up and walk around (or sit and stare at your monitor counting down the minutes).
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