A fuzzy alternative to the Windows system tray clock. FuzzyClock is a simple and nice alternative to the clock in the Windows system tray based on the fuzzy time option in KDE. The text of the clock is more human-readable than the standard numeric time; 12:14 PM becomes Quarter past twelve. The program consists of FuzzyClock.exe and FuzzyHook.dll. Just extract these files to which ever directory you prefer. Double-click on FuzzyClock.exe to launch the program and change your system clock. A clock icon is added to the system tray, on which the user can double-click or right-click to exit FuzzyClock.
File Size48.26 kB
Operating System Windows Vista Windows XP Windows 2000 Windows


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