Having accurate time on your computer’s clock is important — and it’s even more important if you work with tight deadlines. For instance, if you place a bet on an auction or submit your work to a contest a couple of minutes after a deadline, this may serve as a basis of a formal rejection and you may lose just because your clock was running 5 minutes late. To avoid such frustrating situations and make sure you are always doing things on time, you should think about synchronizing your computer clock with a highly accurate external clock. If you, however, aren’t quite sure how to do it, let MyTime Wizard help you!
MyTime Wizard is a super-compact application that allows you to synchronize your computer clock to one of the available atomic clock servers. Synchronization can be performed in certain periods of time (automatically) or by clicking the «Resync now» button. Apart from time synchronization, MyTimeWizard enables you to create and manage event reminders directly in the program, so you can be sure that you will hear that alarm sound exactly at the time you scheduled it to go off.
If you are looking for a way to synchronize your computer’s internal clock to one of the atomic time servers available on the web, make sure you try MyTime Wizard — it’s compact, affordable and does a great job keeping your clock perfectly accurate!
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