I decided I need some major enforcement to getting myself off the computer, since I seem to have no self-control in the evening and stay up much too late. So today I downloaded your TakeABreak utility to see if it would suit my needs.
When I ran it, it told me to edit the ini file. Most of your utilities let me right click the tray icon and adjust the settings, so I tried that. Nothing happened when I right clicked it. Nothing happened when I left clicked it. So I went into the directory the .exe file was stored in and there was no ini file to edit.
"Great!" I thought, "now it's going to force me to go on a break when I don't want it to." Since I couldn't right-click it to close it, I decided to open the task manager and end the process. Every time I brought up the task manager via ctrl-alt-del or ctrl-shift-esc it would immediately close.
TakeABreak was suppressing my task manager! There was no way I could close it! So I looked among your other utilities to see if you had one to kill a process. Kill wouldn't work because it closes the window under my mouser. So I tried CloseMany and repeatedly told it to close/kill TakeABreak, but it didn't work.
Finally I remembered that Mouser's Process Tamer lets you set a rule to kill processes, and it worked!
Thank goodness I finally got it closed, and thank goodness I hadn't already put it in my startup folder to start when Windows runs!
I did try running TakeABreak again to see if it had just locked up or something but every time it had the same result and I had to use Process Tamer to close it.0
So it looks like both TakeABreak and CloseMany need some modification to work properly.