WakeUpOnStandBy is a new tool created by Dennis Babkin of The Children's Hospital and The Ohio State University Department of Health to help parents monitor their children's sleep. You may remember the old stand by clocks from your elementary school days. Those clocks stood by silently giving you a minute hand time to get up, check something out of the classroom, or do anything else before your class started in the morning. These silent stand by clocks were probably placed on the walls of classrooms to remind students to wake up early enough so they wouldn't miss any lectures. Now, with these new and improved WakeUpOn Standby Tools, you can set these old stand by clocks to give your children a reminder to get out of bed and check on things before their alarm goes off.
When I was looking for something new to keep my son awake on my birthday, I decided to look for a program that would do more than just check my son's clock during his daily walk. So I downloaded a program called WakeUpOnSitby. I really liked this program because it was very easy to use, it had a lot of features, and it came with many different options. It also came with a free trial version which I downloaded and tried for two weeks. While this program worked perfectly fine for me, I am sure there are other parents who will have different needs when it comes to their kids' health issues and WakeUpOnSitby may not be the best option for your needs. You should try it out and see if it is the right one for you and your family.
Most of the reviews on WakeUpOnSitby state that the application works fine on most computers using the windows systems including Windows 98, XP, and Windows Vista. However, I did encounter some computers that did not work correctly with this application. For example, on a computer with a Touch OSX interface, the WakeUpOnStandBy process did not work correctly. On another computer, it was working perfectly but when I tried to shut it down, it showed an error message stating "Cannot shut down because an unknown error occurred". It turned out that my computer's system did not support the hibernate function properly, and it crashed during the process of hibernation. If you are facing any problems like these while using the wake upon waking feature in your Windows operating system, you can simply go into the Control Panel > System and Security > Windows Errors to find the problem and repair it there.