Timer Programming Architecture
Some of the more important properties and methods of a Timer component include the following:
The Interval property is used to set the time span, in milliseconds, at which events should be raised. For example, an interval of 1000 will raise an event once a second.
The AutoReset property determines whether the timer continues raising events after the given interval elapses. If set to true, the timer continues to recount the interval and raise events. If false, it raises one event after the interval elapses and then stops.