RSI is an umbrella term for physical complaints that arise from long-term to perform repetitive tasks. The acronym stands for Repetitive Strain Injury. These symptoms occur especially in people who have the whole day for the work or home on the computer work.
An anti-RSI program forces the computer user to have sufficient breaks during the day. This gives the body the necessary rest between the works by which helps in the prevention of RSI.
Time Out is a free anti-RSI program for Mac. The program gives the to the 10 minutes you have a short break and every 50 minutes long. Note that you can change the times of the breaks and the time between breaks yourself, otherwise set.
During the intermission the screen of your MacBook is slowly dimmed and it will display a transparent layer over the screen which indicates that a pause should take. The timeline indicates how long the pause lasts. Also, there are three buttons on this screen that allows you to pause a minute you can delay, 5-minute can delay or completely skip it.
When you are in the habit to default on the skip button or delay to click you can self-protect take a Time Out to set this button is not shown. That way, you are anyway forced to use the proposed break from sitting.
Time Out has the following options:
Time Out screenshots
You can free download Time Out and safe install the latest trial or new full version for Windows 10 (x32, 64 bit) from the official site.