Windows Time Synchronizer

Windows Time Synchronizer is a time client and server to synchronize the computer clock over the network. The time client receives the current time from a time server located in your local network or somewhere in the Internet. It will automatically set your computer clock to the exact time using the given time source. Windows Time Synchronizer can also be used as a time server to deliver the exact time to all workstations in the network. This keeps the computer clocks of your whole network synchronized. The workstations don't need access to the internet or any other time sources. Windows Time Synchronizer offers a lot of options to customize the software for your personal needs. All settings are easy to use through a graphical interface. This allows you to synchronize your system clock automatically with all kinds of time services. This version is the first release on CNET
License Free
File Size 4.67 MB
Version 2
Operating System Windows Windows NT Windows XP Windows 2000
System Requirements Windows NT/2000/XP