turns your computer into a speaking clock with several languages - it can also keep track of up to 50 alarms that can be set to a time and a date, and be repeated daily, weekly, monthly and yearly. The interface is all-graphical with a screen resembling an LCD (including a dot matrix section), which shows time, date, another time zone or random quotes. It also features a speaking calculator, a versatile timer function that works like a stopwatch or a countdown timer. And last, but not least, it can also synchronize your clock to an internet time server, using multithreading and with proxy support.
|| Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP