Set Alarms in Windows 10

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Alexander Avdeev, Eng

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Steps

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    The first thing we need to do is locate the Alarms & Clock application
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    In this case, we need to click the lower-left corner of the screen to open up the start menu. Then, we may have Alarms & Clock pinned to the start menu.
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    We might have to click "All apps" to find "Alarms & Clock"
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    We click "Alarms & Clock"
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    We will need to wait for the application to load.
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    When the application loads, we need to click "Alarm"
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    In this video, there is a preset 1 PM alarm.
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    We can add an alarm by simply clicking the plus sign at the bottom
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    Let's go ahead and name the alarm
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    For example, let's name it "VisiHow wake up".
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    We can input time by clicking the area under "Time"
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    Then, we scroll up and down to select the hours, minutes, and AM or PM
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    For example, 10:00 AM.
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    Once we are ready, we click the checkmark
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    We can set the repetition
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    In this video, "Repeats" is set to "Only once". If we click the drop-down menu, we will be able to click "Monday", "Tuesday", "Wednesday", "Thursday", "Friday", "Saturday", and "Sunday".
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    The next thing is setting up the sound
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    In this case, it is set to "Chimes". We can click the drop-down menu.
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    Then, we can click one of the available sounds
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    We can also listen to the sounds by clicking on the play icon next to them
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    For example, let's go ahead and listen to "Chimes".
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    We click on a sound
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    Let's click "Chimes". That's it.
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    We can also set "Snooze time" by clicking the drop-down menu under it
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    Then, we click the duration of "Snooze time" to select it
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    Let's click "5 minutes". When the alarm goes off, we'll be able to click the "Snooze" button; and the next alarm will go off in five minutes.
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    We set everything in "NEW ALARM" according to our preference, and when we've finished, we click the saving icon
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    There we go.
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    To turn off an enabled alarm, we need to click the "On" toggle next to it
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    To turn the alarm back on, we need to click the "Off" toggle next to it again
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Categories : Windows

Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Lukward Thomason

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