SysDate shows the day of the month in the system tray (next to the time). This lets you see the current date with just a glance, instead of hovering the mouse pointer over the time. Great timesaver for those who are in front of a computer all day!
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:22
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
FastRes 1.0 FastRes lets you quickly change your screen's resolution and color depth, from the system tray. It is small, and takes up very little memory.
Hot Corners 2.4 Hot Corners lets you quickly activate or disable your screen saver by moving the mouse into any corner of the screen that you set. This is particularly useful when you need to ensure you privacy and security when you are away from your computer.
Description: SysDate shows the day of the month in the system tray (next to the time). This lets you see the current date with just a glance, instead of hovering the mouse pointer over the time. Great timesaver for those who are in front of a computer all day! Of course, the display is fully customizable: you can choose to have the date shown as a single color, or as an attractive blend of two different colors. Either way, you pick exactly how you want it to look.
Difference Between Two Dates Software 7.0 Find the number of years, months and days between two dates. This software offers a solution to users who want to find the difference between two dates. The user simply selects a
Easy Date Converter 11.32 Adds or subtracts a number of days or months to a date, calculates the number of days between two dates, and converts among dates in various solar calendars: Gregorian, Julian
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