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Brakemoor and BrakemoorShare Comparison

Brakemoor™ (BM) Vs Brakemoor™Share (BMS) Specifications:

Fatigue Threshold (How a break is called):

BMS: On an elapsed time basis only.
BM: Elapsed time or Work Detection: Detects activity and automatically adds time back when other activity takes you away from the computer. If you have settings that give you a 4 minute break in every 40 minutes then Work Detection "adds back" 10 minutes for every 1 minute you spend off the computer during an unscheduled break.

In Break Options:

Visual:
BMS: Images only
BM: Dim Screen, Screensaver & images.

Audio:
BMS: Audio player or none
BM: Audio player, none or Net.Radio Internet Radio option. News, Classical, Jazz and Hip Hop pre-loaded, with country options. Create new genre's and add or delete stations as required. (Requires internet connection).

Visualization Options:
BMS: Disable Air Brake™ (if required for health reasons).
BM: Disable Air Brake™ and Passive Muscular Visualization.

Sponsorship:
BMS: Sponsorship with sponsor's advertisements during breaks.
BM: No sponsorship or advertising.

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