Safe Eyes

Safe Eyes screens

Safe Eyes is an excellent program that relieves eyestrain symptoms usually caused by computer monitors. Besides full therapeutic eye training, Safe Eyes separately offers frequency, contrast, and pattern exercises; it also includes a special contrast sensitivity test.

I would like to mention that Safe Eyes was created for the DOS environment, and (unlike modern Windows PE files) its translation was a byte-for-byte manual language substitution that in itself was a delightful challenge for me.

If your contemporary operating system cannot run DOS programs, you can launch Safe Eyes using a free DOSBox emulator (from dosbox.com) by typing in and executing these commands one after another:

1)  MOUNT C [DRIVE LETTER]:\[SAFE EYES DIRECTORY NAME] (for example,  MOUNT C C:\SE ).
2) [DRIVE LETTER]:\[SAFE EYES EXECUTABLE] (for example,  C:\SEEN.EXE ).

DOS Program Download Safe Eyes (115 KB).
Eye See the images of Safe Eyes launch and Safe Eyes menu displayed in the DOSBox emulator.