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Original author(s) Tom Albers, Bram Schoenmakers[1]
Initial release 2005
Stable release v0.11 / 2011
Operating system Linux
Type Health

RSIBreak is a Linux utility which suggests to computer users to take a regular break in order to prevent Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI). It is written for the K Desktop Environment.

Besides forcing the user to take a break, RSIBreak also records how much time the user has been active and idle.

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  1. ^ Gagné, Marcel (28 August 2006). "Cooking with Linux - Operating Your Body at Peak Performance". Linux Journal (149). Retrieved 20 March 2013. 

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