JCOM Clock Synchronizer always keeps time on your computer accurate by checking your system clock against the highest-precision atomic clock servers. If any difference occurs, the program may correct your system time automatically or display the difference and let you change it manually. The program is suitable for use with any type of Internet connection, from dial-up to broadband. It hides in the system tray and works in the background, consuming very little system resources and even less desktop space. When you need to, you can easily access JCOM Clock Synchronizer's main functions by right-clicking its system tray icon and bringing up the context menu. The program can be used as a local time server with other networked computers checking their system times against it. All you need to do to enable this feature is mark one check box in the program installed on the computer connected to the Internet and tell other computers on your LAN to use this copy of the program as a timeserver.
LicenseFree to try
File Size448.11 kB
Operating System Windows NT Windows 2000 Windows Windows 98 Windows XP Windows Me Windows 95
System RequirementsWindows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP