by Dan Gibson
A multi-format clock with time synchronisation
Supports many different time and date formats including Julian Date, MJD (both Decimal and DVB), TJD, Unix (Decimal and Hex), Internet @Beats, GPS, Atomic and more.
MultiClock is a desktop clock (or system tray icon) capable of displaying the current date and time
in more than a dozen different formats. It can also be synchronised to an internet time server (RFC868)
and can be easily configured to synchronise your PC clock to the internet time server.|
MultiClock runs on Win9x, Windows® ME, and Windows® NT.
You can download and use MultiClock for free. We'd like to know who is using downloading the software so please complete this short form, then click download. Unregistered versions of MultiClock will exit after two hours.
File size: 657Kb File type: Zipped installer.
Alternatively, MultiClock is available from various software download sites, including ZD-Net.
You should be able to find a current list of servers which support the RFC868 time protocol at the NIST website in Boulder, Colorado, USA. The files should be saved in the MultiClock install directory.
Alternatively, you can right-click here to download a copy of our latest servers.txt file.
Note: This may not be very up-to-date, and if you can, it is recommended you try the NIST site above for current information.
MultiClock is ShareWare. This means that you may distribute copies of MultiClock freely (so long as no charge is made for the software).
However, the software should be registered if you intend to keep it. The software is still fully functional without registration, although it will exit after two hours and must be manually restarted.
You should register MultiClock on-line. There are four different levels of registration.
|Last updated: 2nd May 2001||
©2001 GonMad, No Original Thought, Dan Gibson.
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