Sharp World Clock is a desktop clock program for Windows. It can display the local time for multiple cities and time zones with correct daylight savings. You can decide how many clocks you would like to see at any time. The clocks are resizable without any loss of visual quality (due to the use of hardware accelerated WPF technology). Sharp World Clock can show analog clocks (with hands) or digital clocks - or both. You can arrange the clocks in a grid array with adjustable columns and grids or in a horizontal or vertical line, but you can also undock clocks from the main window and position them anywhere on the desktop. Accurate calculation of sunrise and sunset times and moon phase. Integrated tools: time zone converter, alarm center with multiple alarms (single and recurrent), calendar widget for 1, 2, 4 or 6 months, feed reader and weather report. Chime function with hourly and quarterly signal or speak-the-time. Export / import function for settings.
What is new in this release:
Version 8 is a completely new program, not just a new version. It is written from scratch, using pure WPF technology for best performance.
What is new in version 7.53:
Version 7.53 fixes some small bugs.
What is new in version 7.52:
Version 7.52 added support for roman numerals and rotated or upright numbers in the clock faces; added an optional date window in the 3'o clock position of analog clocks.
What is new in version 7.14:
Version 7.14 improved Time Zone calculator.
What is new in version 7.0:
- Added a "Show 2 Months" option to the calendar widget
- Improved the Time Zone Calculator window by giving the Meeting Scheduler an extra page
What is new in version 6.8:
Several bug fixes and improvements in the new calendar widget
What is new in version 6.71:
Version 6.7 adds a floating calendar widget
What is new in version 6.5:
Version 6.5 added a settings item for entering proxy settings (for activation / weather forecast function).
What is new in version 6.4:
Version 6.4 added a "Configuration Assistant" to the program, which is launched on first installation, instead of the help dialog (or later from the context menu: "Assistant").
.Net Framework 4.0