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RESOURCE CENTER > CLOCK SYNCHRONIZATION

AtomicTime98i

AtomTime98 is a 32-bit Windows Internet (Winsock) application which will connect to the Atomic Clock time server in Boulder, Colorado (USA) and fetch the current atomic clock time value. It compares this value to your PC time and displays the difference. You then have the option of updating your PC clock to match the atomic clock value. There are a number of options to automate the update process. AtomTime98 also features support for most proxy servers. It runs on both Windows 95 and Windows 98, along with Windows NT 4.0.

Download:
http://www.atomtime.com/

WorldTime

WorldTime lets you have from 1 to 10 configurable clocks, each with its own time zone, Daylight savings time rule, and description in a 12 or 24 hour display that minimizes to the system tray. Available for Macintosh and Windows NT.

Download:
http://www.pawprint.net/wt/

YATS32

Stands for Yet Another Time Synchroniser, this utility lets you automatically set your system clock to any of a number of time services available via the Internet or your corporate intranet. It supports multiple servers and time service protocols. It will even poll a list of different servers until it gets a valid time stamp. YATS32 is supported under Windows 95/98 and Windows NT 4.0.

Download:
http://www.dillobits.com/downloads.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

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