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As an alternative, I have a program called "Atom Time" that is 150 kb in
size... when you are connected to the Internet, execute "Atom Time" & your
PC is connected to the National Bureau Of Standards & your PC 'clock' can be
synchronized to the NBS atomic standard clock.
If anyone would like a copy, send me an e-mail direct & I'll send it to you
as an attachment.
Malcolm Clark wrote:
> Over the last few weeks I've noticed a lot of us have PC clocks that are
> none too accurate. Often a reply has an earlier date/time than the
> original message. So I thought I'd pass on the skinny about a really
> neat piece of software for Windows 95/NT called Dimension 4.
> Dimension 4 sets your PC's clock from the one of the available Internet
> time servers--in the background--every time you log on--and every
> specified period if desired--all automatically. It is one of the
> neatest pieces of software I have ever come across. It is highly
> configurable and has received rave reviews from lots of people who ought
> to know. I first found out about if from ZDNET (Ziff Davis Net, PC
> Mag., et al).
> Best of all--it's absolutely free.
> Get it at http://www.thinkman.com/~thinkman/dimension4/index.htm and
> never have to worry about your PC's clock again.
> Malcolm KR4HP
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