YATS32 will eliminate you problems with drifting and inaccurate system time. Never again will you need to manually adjust your computer's clock. When just any old Internet time synchronizer won't do, take a look at YATS32. This application lets you reliably and automatically set your system clock to any of a number of time services available via the Internet or your corporate intranet. It supports multiple servers and time service protocols such as SNTP, TIME, and Unix Time. You can set up a list of servers that will be poled sequentially until a valid time stamp is obtained. This allows the provisioning of one or more backup servers should your primary choice fail. Several advanced features are provided for customization and automation. We include an Internet Time Server Directory dialog allowing direct selection from extensive list of national and international servers. YATS32 can act as both time client and server, allowing other computers to synchronize with your computer. YATS32 is supported under Windows 98/NT4/2000/XP, and can be installed as either a desktop application or a standard service under Windows NT/2000/XP. This is the application that others seek to imitate. Why settle for imitation? Over the years, thousands of users have continued to pick YATS32 as their time synchronization solution of choice.
|File Size||1.14 MB|
|Operating System||Windows XP Windows Windows 2000 Windows NT Windows 98 Windows NT 4|