Tech-Pro World Clock 2 is a Windows desktop accessory that shows the date and time on a world map. It helps you keep track of the time in different parts of the world and gives instant access to international dialing codes.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: If you need to keep track of the time in different parts of the world, or want to find the international dialing code for another country, you need Tech-Pro World Clock 2. It's a Windows desktop accessory that shows the current date and time in cities of the world on a map. The map can be shaded to show night and day, and may be overlaid with cloud cover from recent weather satellite images. The map is resizable and can even be used as your Windows desktop wallpaper.
Tech-Pro World Clock 2 keeps world time information at your fingertips. Point at the system tray icon and a balloon tip pops up showing the current time in up to 8 cities. You can also point at the map and see a pop-up window showing the current time at the place nearest where your mouse is pointing.
If you make a lot of international phone calls, you'll like the handy list of international dialing codes, which can be sorted by country or code. There's also a Time Finder that lets you search for a country and city by name. When a match is found, World Clock displays the current date, time and international phone dialing code for that country.
If you need to know dates in the past or in the future, you'll like Tech-Pro World Clock 2's pop-up Calendar feature. This handy window shows you an entire year's dates at a glance. Hotkeys can be used to get instant access to these useful features.
Tech-Pro World Clock 2 will brighten up your desktop. There is a choice of three attractive skins to blend with your Windows color scheme. And the desktop wallpaper with current times and cloud cover overlays will be the envy of your friends. Download the free trial version and see for yourself!
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