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January 20th, 2000

[6:00 AM] MacBreakZ! Takes A Break & Adds New Features
by Staff

Frank Reiff has updated MacBreakZ! to version 2.1b. MacBreakZ! reminds users of how long they have been on the system. By doing so, users are less likely to suffer from repetitive stress tasks or eye strain. The new version adds in new features and other improvements. According to Mr. Reiff:

MacBreakZ! is a personal ergonomic assistant which monitors your keyboard and mouse activity and helps you structure your computer use in a healthy manner which prevents computer-related injuries from developing.

The new version contains many new features and changes requested by MacBreakZ! 2.0 users and fixes all known problems. MacBreakZ! now contains many new configuration features which allow the tool to be tailored to the individual requirements and preferences of its users.

MacBreakZ! 2.1 is available for US$25. You can find more information at the MacBreakZ! web site.

MacBreakZ!



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