Digital Wall Clock 1.0.0 Compatible with: Win9x/NT4/ME/Win2k/XP Filename: digital-wall-clock.zip Size: 4600 kb Author: Digital Wall Clock Solutions More Details & Downloads
Description: TimeTools digital wall clock ntp time synchroniser software is a freeware application that runs on any Windows platform. It allows a windows sntp time client to synchronise time to a selected Atomic Clock synchronised NTP time server.
TimeSync 2.0 Compatible with: Win9x/NT4/ME/Win2k/XP Filename: timesync.zip Size: 611 kb Author: Ravi Bhavnani More Details & Downloads
Description: TimeSync is an easy-to-use utility that automatically sets your PC's clock using the US government's atomic clock in Boulder, Colorado. TimeSync adjusts for your time zone and Daylight Saving Time and runs under Windows 9x/ME, NT, 2000 and XP. TimeSync is 100% ad-free, spyware-free, virus-free and just plain free!
Description: WebTime is a small utility program that will synchronize your PC's internal clock with one of the several atomic clocks maintained by the United States National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Description: Bexclock automatically sets your PC's clock and date via an internet connection.
Bexclock works by reading the time via the internet from an atomic clock synchronizing server. It will then change your clock accordingly and tell you how many seconds the PC clock has been adjusted.
Description: This freeware Atomic Clock Sync utility can help you keep your local computer up-to-date with the exact current time. This program will reference an atomic clock server to get the current time with the greatest accuracy available and update your PC's information. It can even be set to automatically check the time once a day to keep your PC's time accurate forever.
Atomic Clock Sync will connect to one of the time servers operated by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the United States, and will compare the time of your computer with the time on the servers operated by the NIST. This program will then display the difference between your system and the servers and if greater than 15 seconds, it will offer you the option of adjusting your PC by the displayed amount.
The overall uncertainty in this comparison should be no worse than +/- 5 seconds under all circumstances and will be substantially less than this value in most cases.
Version 2.7 removes the 'always on top' setting that caused problems for some users with a message box popping up behind the screen.
Version 188.8.131.52 addresses the start minimized problem with the 2.7 version.
Emsa Time Synchronizer 1.0.44 Compatible with: Win9x/NT4/ME/Win2k/XP Filename: TimeSynchronizerN.zip Size: 26 kb Author: EMSA SYSTEMS LTD More Details & Downloads
Description: (No-Nags version, download from top link here only) - Emsa Time Synchronizer is a very simple but useful time synchronization utility. Users that like simplicity,
may indeed like this program. Just one click of a button - and your computer clock is automatically set,
using an atomic internet time server. The program runs as system tray icon. It can be configured to run
automatically at Windows startup, and continously re-synchronize your clock at an user-specified time interval. Freeware.
Description: Implements the Internet Time Service (ITS) which allows users to synchronize their computer clocks via the Internet. The time information provided by the service is directly traceable to UTC. Features include built in access to more than 70 tested Internet Time servers, support for both manual and automated (task scheduler) time synchronization, Get before Set validation and more.
SP TimeSync v1.3 Compatible with: Win9x/NT4/ME/Win2k/XP Filename: sptmsn13.zip Size: 116 kb Author: Alexander Panchenko More Details & Downloads
Description: SP TimeSync is a program with multilingual interface which lets you synchronize your computer's clock with any Internet atomic clock (time server). It uses a high-precision network time protocol (NTP) which provides accuracy of several milliseconds depending on the characteristics of the synchronization source and network paths.
Free Atomic Clock 1.1 Compatible with: Win9x/NT4/ME/Win2k Filename: FreeAtomicClock.zip Size: 28 kb Author: James Harrison Parsons More Details & Downloads
Description: Free Atomic Clock sets your computer's clock to the exact date and time (accurate to the nearest second). It gets the time from one of several atomic clock time servers maintained by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Free Atomic Clock is intended primarily for home use; It is not designed to handle proxy servers, nor can it access the NIST time servers through a corporate firewall that blocks port 37.
Atomic Time 2.2 Compatible with: Win9x, NT4, Win2k, XP, Vista Filename: AtmTim22.zip Size: 67 kb Author: Tom Wuttke More Details & Downloads
Description: I hope you'll agree that this is the smallest, fastest, and most useful free Win32 internet time synchronizing program to date. And, of course, all the source code is here for free. It synchronizes you computer's built in clock with the clocks of one or more free time servers on the internet using port 37, and has a nice tray icon interface.
Description: This is a freeware application for adjusting the PC clock. With 12 default free NTP (Network Time Protocol) servers it is easy to start using JSS Clock Sync. It connects to the first available NTP server, and then adjusts the PC clock. JSS Clock Sync resides in the system tray.
Automachron 4.008 Compatible with: Win9x/NT Filename: achron4.exe Size: 760 kb Author: One Guy Coding More Details & Downloads
Description: 'Automachron is an SNTP time client for Win32 that will sit quietly in your systray and update your system clock according to any number of NTP servers. The program also has a 'Wait for dialup connection' option that makes synchronisation trivially easy.'
NetTime 2.0b1 Compatible with: Win9x/NT4/ME/Win2k Filename: NetTime-2b1a.exe Size: 1.1 mb Author: Graham Mainwaring More Details & Downloads
Description: NetTime is a time synchronization client and server for Windows 95/98/NT/2000. It supports Simple NTP and traditional Unix time (RFC868). Its main claim to fame is that it is small, simple, unobtrusive, and Open Source.