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AtomTime98 connects to the atomic timeserver in Boulder, Colorado, and fetches the current atomic time. It compares this to your PC's time and displays the difference. You then have the option of updating your PC to match the atomic value. A number of...

This is a freeware application for adjusting the PC clock. There are 12 free NTP (Network Time Protocol) servers used by JSS Clock Sync. It connects to the first available NTP server, and then adjusts the PC clock. JSS Clock Sync resides in the system...

Elegant Clock is an analog clock with skin support, reminder, and atomic time. Make your clock look like a grandfather clock, or change its appearance to something more usual such as a wristwatch. Use the clock's options to change skins and atomic...

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Sync-It with Atom is a network time protocol client that calibrates the system time of your computer with a timeserver on the Internet. It runs silently on the taskbar tray area and synchronizes time regularly with a server near you. Sync-It with Atom can...

With the use of an Internet connection and your PC, keep your system clock up to date with this simple program. NTP servers help keep your time accurate to the second. New version includes logging, auto-updating every 1 or 2 hours and more servers to...

Time.wf

Time.wf 1.0.0

Time.wf Software will Sync your computer system clock become Exact Time automatically. You can check exact clock for all place in the world. Available free windows software to make your computer time become exact with easy and automatically. If you have...

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gAlarm

gAlarm 1.0

From the developer: "A simple program that allows you to turn your computer into a fully functional alarm clock. Includes support for 3 seperate alarms, and 3 types of alarms (buzzer, silent, and music)."Requirements:Windows...

On Time

On Time 2.0

On Time is a quick and easy-to-use automation tool for Windows. Alarms and events can be set by the user and stored to later activate at a specified time. On Time sits in the system tray (next to the clock) and runs behind applications to let you continue...