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Here's a nifty free clock utility for your Windows taskbar. Install this baby
and it fits seamlessly into the taskbar (in the lower right hand corner of
your desktop) and serves up a useful display, showing the seconds, as well as
the hour and minute. There's an optional date display, as well.
This helpful freeware utility ensures that your computer's clock is accurately
set by referencing an atomic clock server. The program can also be configured
to automatically check the time on your PC's clock each day.
Here's a free timer utility program that offers a novel and interesting way of
presenting the current time on your Windows desktop. Configurable and
customizable. (For Windows).
Here's a handy little freeware time utility for Mac users. Vremya lets you
precisely set the time on your Mac by logging into a Network Time Protocol (NTP)
public time server. (For Macintosh only).
Cool free browser add-on that bills itself as the Internet's first alarm clock
radio/TV. This helpful utility runs within your browser and displays local and
world clocks; features up to 40 alarms & reminders; and lets you designate
preset stations, so you can quickly listen in to your favorite Net RealAudio
radio stations. (For Windows and Macs).
A useful free software program, CLOX shows you, at a glance, what the time is
across the globe via both analog and digital displays. There's also a calendar
and sophisticated clock alarm feature. There's also a new feature called the
Daylight Map which shows you at a glance, whether it is night or day in
different parts of the world. Here's a
screen shot. CLOX also
offers many plug-ins which extends its usefulness even further.
This is an excellent freeware utility for setting your computer's internal
clock over the Internet. You can run it as an icon in the Windows taskbar
tray. This program is the best way to ensure that your computer is set to the
correct time. (For Windows).