Instant Elevator Music

by Ankit on October 27, 2011

Instant Elevator music is fun application for Windows users. Actually the main job of this application is to pass your time.

Why or Where to Use Instant Elevator Music

I guess you too have gone through this situation if you are a Windows User. Many times while installing new bulky applications you simply have to stare at the slow moving progress bars and you really feel bored and pray God for no more delays in the installation. Instant Music elevator comes as a life saver in such situations as it comes very handy during such situations.

instant elevator music screenshot

Actually the application is designed to detect progress bars and splash screens. So whenever you are doing any operation like copying files, downloading or software installation, it automatically plays music so that you don’t feel bored. It also gives you a liberty to choose your own favorite tracks.You can also simply specify the music tracks of your choice while doing Settings.

settings of instant elevator music


I would like to highlight the features of Instant Elevator Music below:

  • You can create play-lists so that you don’t get bored after hearing the same song again and again.
  • You can also set up an Ignore List for the applications you don’t want to play music with.
  • It supports all Windows Media Audio files along with M4A and FLAC formats.
  • It can also be launched from a USB.
  • You can also tell the software to check if a song is already playing before start up.
  • It supports Firefox 4 as well.
  • The best thing about this tool is that its a Freeware and is available free of cost.
  • Another feature worth mentioning is that its really very small in size, just 2MB.

Where to Download It

Please download this great tool from here.

Do share your feedback or queries in the comments section below. Cheers :-)


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Ankit is the founder of Geek Revealed. He is tech Geek who loves to sit in front of his square headed girlfriend all day long. :D   You can find Ankit on FaceBook or Google Plus

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