Windows Alarm Clock saves the EULA acceptance information as a function of the user and the folder where the exe is. If you moved the exe to a different folder, the first time you run it from the new folder, you will have to accept the EULA again to run it.
If an alarm comes due while your computer is sleeping or in hibernation, the moment your computer wakes up, the alarm will go off. If this alarm is set to repeat, then the time for the next alarm will be set to the current time + the repeat interval, which may not be what you wanted. For example, if the alarm is set to go off at 2:00PM with a repeat interval of 30 minutes, and the computer goes into sleep at 1:00PM and wakes up at 2:10PM. The alarm will output the Alert Message when the computer wakes up, and the the alarm will go off again at 2:40PM, not at 2:30PM. This is a known issue and we are working on a solution. Nevertheless, alarm(s) that didn't come due when the computer is sleeping or hibernating will not be affected, and will go off at the correct programmed time after the computer wakes up.
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