Cmdtime is a simple command-line package tool which will adjust your omputer's date and time through the Internet Time Servers. It's recommended to use it either standalone, or in batch-files, or with external schedulers.These are cmdtime's options: /Q - Quick adjust (NIST server). Recommended for most cases. /P - Precise adjust (3 servers). For poor quality lines. /T - Show servers response time. /? - This help. SYNC - Synchronize time (if not present, show recommended time only). +60 - Add 60 minutes to suggested time. -30 - Substract 30 minutes from suggested time. /M:30 - Set maximum correction allowed to 30 minutes (default). /S:socks_server[:port] - Use Socks5 proxy without authentication. /S:username:password@socks_server[:port] - proxy with authentication. /W:3000 - Set timeout to 3 sec (default). This version is the first release on CNET
License Free
File Size 57.29 kB
Version 3
Operating System Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows XP Windows Me Windows NT Windows
System Requirements Windows 95/98/Me/NT/XP