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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 offers a lot of options to customize the software for your personal needs. All settings are easy to use through a graphical interface. Windows Time Synchronizer supports protocols like SNTP, TIME, DAYTIME and the NIST time format. This allows you to synchronize your system clock automatically with all kinds of time services. The used protocols are 100% compatible with official definitions defined in RFC2030, RFC868, RFC867 and the NIST Internet Time Service protocol.The Professional Edition offers additional features, like a World Time Clock, a Task Scheduler or a Tray Clock for the Windows Taskbar. The Tray Clock feature replaces the regular Windows clock. It show detailed time and date information and provides fast access to useful Windows Time Synchronizer features. The Client/Server Edition contains all of the Professional Edition and much more. It supports a multi-protocol time server feature with multicast client support. A special thin client manager allows you to provide your whole local network with time service to synchronize the clock of each workstation from one central point.
Program details
Downloads month: 3
Release date: 2005-12-28
Version: 2.0
License: Freeware
Price: $0.00
Supported OS': WinNT 4.x, WinXP, Windows2000
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