Java applet for world time
License:Freeware, $0 to buy Size:<1 MB. Latest Update:2004-05-13
iTimeSync synchronizes your computer clock with an internet time server. It supports both TIME (RFC-868) and the SNTP (RFC-2030), as a client and server, and it can run as a Windows Service.
License:Shareware, $10 to buy Size:<1 MB. Latest Update:2009-04-25
A standard synchronizing program will not work if NTP (Network Time Protocol) is suppressed by a proxy or a firewall. This synchronizer uses plain access to WWW pages that show standard GMT time. It will work if you have access to Internet pages.
License:Shareware, $10 to buy Size:<1 MB. Latest Update:2007-04-07
Atomic Clock synchronizing application with some useful options (skinned, synchronize periods, work as Time Server, import time servers list, etc)
License:Demo, $14.95 to buy Size:<1 MB. Latest Update:2011-08-25
1Click Time Synchronizer helps you keep your system time always accurate by synchronizing it with the highest precision atomic clock servers. The program features attractive skinnable interface and can work as a localtime server on your LAN. Download
License:Freeware, $0 to buy Size:<1 MB. Latest Update:2006-10-05
The NTP Time Server Monitor lets the user configure and control a local NTP service with a userfriendly graphical user interface. Secondary the current status of the local NTP services, as well as external NTP services, can be displayed.
License:Freeware, $0 to buy Size:1 MB. Latest Update:2006-10-19
Synchronize your PC time with an atomic clock via the Internet. This program simplifies the task to the outmost and sits conveniently to access in the startbar tray. 12-Sync adjusts the time repeatedly, automatically, and silently exactly on the dot.
License:Shareware, $12.99 to buy Size:<1 MB. Latest Update:2010-02-04
Always On Time is a Windows Internet utility that will connect to one of a dozen public atomic time servers and fetch the current atomic clock time value.
License:Shareware, $7.95 to buy Size:<1 MB. Latest Update:2009-10-29
Atomic Time Synchronizer is a useful and handy utility to keep your PC clock accurate. It periodically checks and synchronizes your computer clock with NIST atomic time servers, or synchronizes time between computers.
License:Shareware, $39.95 to buy Size:2 MB. Latest Update:2013-10-10
This freeware utility helps you configure Windows to optimize how often it references an atomic clock server to keep your local computer up-to-date with the exact current time. Provided free by WorldTimeServer.com, home of accurate times worldwide.
License:Freeware, $0 to buy Size:<1 MB. Latest Update:2012-09-25
PC On/Off Time graphically displays the usage time for your computer for the last 3 weeks without having to start any logging (uses Win 8/7/Vista/XP/2000 built in feature). You can see at what times the computer was on or off in a simple overview.
License:Freeware, $0 to buy Size:<1 MB. Latest Update:2012-10-24