Want a Handy Timer?

Google Timer
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Go to Google and type “timer” in the search box, followed by the number of seconds, minutes or hours. For example, “timer 10 minutes 5 seconds”.
Click Start and begin the countdown. Make sure your volume isn’t turned down so you don’t miss the beep.

4 thoughts on “Want a Handy Timer?

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