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Reduce Computer Related Eye Strain With EyeProtectorPro

Working on a computer for hours may create physical strains such as eyestrain, blurred vision, delayed focusing, headaches, back pain etc. A suggested remedy for such problems is taking a short rest break from the computer monitor every hour. EyeProtectorPro is an excellent eye care/RSI prevention software.

EyeProtectorPro reminds you to take breaks while you work on your PC. When the time for a break comes, the program displays a screen as shown below and gives advice what to do during this time.

The application is very simple to use. The wizard driven interface lets you quickly configure the tool.

Though it is impossible to get rid of all computer related strains, this application can certainly lessen RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) and fewer headaches and dry eyes caused by PC use.

EyeProtectorPro has paid and free versions. Free version doesn’t have options to set custom work time and break time settings. EyeProtectorPro can be downloaded at this link.

Similar Free applications: Eye Relax, Eye Defender.


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