We all get bored sometimes, but I must have been REALLY bored to make this.
Motherboard Alarm is a currently command line timer program. It lets you enter a time value, creates a timer, and when the given time period has elapsed, causes the motherboard to beep. I haven't tested it on anything but my own computer, so any feedback/testing is greatly appreciated. It will only work on Windows boxes, and though it should be portable between windows OS's, the only one I've tested is Windows XP.
I plan to expand it rapidly, so if you have any ideas for it, post them, and I'll see what I can do. However, please don't ask for user interfaces, as I'll get that done in my own good time.
See the Readme file in the Zip for more details, along with a few example sessions, and feel free to ask any questions.
Edit: V1 had major bugs, and has been taken out. V2 fixes these bugs.