Discussion in 'Computers, Hardware, and Operating Systems' started by VO1GXG, Jul 6, 2007.
Anyone know of a freeware UTC Clock for windows ?
UTC clock on dxzone
has an unobtrusive little clock that can be set to any zone you wish.
Scroll down to download "Alpha Clock"
Try mine if you like, Ive had good reports on it...
A free UTC clock is standard on Linux . . .
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.
my server runs linux
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