UTC Clock

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  1. VO1GXG

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    Anyone know of a freeware UTC Clock for windows ?

    thanks
     
  2. SA6AQD

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  3. N1MLF

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    http://www.irnis.net

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    has an unobtrusive little clock that can be set to any zone you wish.
    Scroll down to download "Alpha Clock"

    JW
     
  4. W4INF

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  5. WA7KKP

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    A free UTC clock is standard on Linux . . .

    Gary WA7KKP
     
  6. AE7XQ

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    Yep, I've got my laptop running digipup and set to UTC. My tower runs PCLinuxOS, and I have the root user set to UTC, the other accounts are set to PSDT.
     
  7. VO1GXG

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    my server runs linux
     
  8. WB0QPI

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    [​IMG] Matthew I know a freeware that may interest you,it is called clock G2. I use it to set my computer clock and I also passed this to my xyl too;because she was having trouble with her computer clock staying on time. The program is flexible time for windows. It features 5 configurable clocks faces. Also, there is a feature that every hour it sounds like Big Ben from UK chimes and a female announces the time,day and date for you very unique,I like it. I like your HW 101,that was the first rig I built long time ago and operated. Good luck! Lloyd E
     
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