Description: Precise Time 2002 is an easy to use tool to synchronize your computer's system clock (which includes date and time) to a high-precise internet time server. These servers are powered by atomic clocks which are the most precise clocks on this planet. With Precise Time 2002, your PCs built-in clock can be this precise, too!
But Precise Time 2002 can do more - it can act as a time server for your whole network (size doesn't matter here) and you even can change some options with your internet browser via the network. If you want it to it can dial up to the internet for you. Or you can set it into "fast-mode" - it starts up when Windows boots, connects to the internet, sychronizes time and exits (registered version only).
- resides in the system tray
- extremely easy to setup - in fact, it's almost completely configured after setup and everything is 100% self-explanatory
- updates your system clock in the background every 1-24 hours and on startup
- can autostart with Windows if you want it to (and can immediately exit after time synchronization in the registered version)
- manages more than one time server - if one doesn't work there's always another. Or you can enter your own time serving host.
- can become a time server for your whole network with one click of your mouse!
- can be administrated with a web interface if you want to!
- keeps a "low profile" - doesn't spam you with messages
Advanced Time Synchronizer 126.96.36.1991 This is a powerful and easy-to-use PC clock synchronizer. Working with time servers on the Internet, it can update PC clock at certain time intervals, supports proxy servers
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