Substitution for a standard tray clock on windows desktop using different skins, over 100 skins are included in the distribution.
Desktop Tray Clock also is a software alarm clock, it can create warning messages using MP3, WAV or open an application
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:21
English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Desktop Tray Clock - designed as a more informative substitution for a standard tray clock on windows desktop using different skins, over 100 skins are included in the distribution for desktop clock.
Desktop Tray Clock also an atomic-time synchronizer and a software alarm clock, need a reminder to make a call, go to a meeting or just not to miss a TV program? Is a powerful customizable reminder, which can alarm you at a specific moment of time or run periodically (minutely, hourly, daily, weekly, monthly or annually).
Time can be displayed for any time zone, which is especially convenient for people doing business with partners in other countries.
Multilingual interface support!
With their help you can make the PC clock the ultimate expression of your style.
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