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Do you need to keep track of time around the world, if so Chronos Clock will solve your problem. Chronos Clock, the desktop clock that is able to display multiple clocks and different time zones. Chronos Clock is simple to install and easy to use. If you need to know the time in other countries you can quickly set up a clock showing the current time, and Chronos also calculates Daylight and Standard time variations. Chronos Clock includes the following features: * Multiple clocks each able to show a different time zone * Each clock can use a standard or user customizable display format. * Alarm control function, allowing you to setup multiple one-time or repetitive Alarms. Each alarm can display an Alert message, play an alarm sound, play a CD, and run another program or power off the PC. Any combination as required. * Countdown/Event Timers. * Use of the Microsoft Agent to optionally speak the time and announce alarms. * Calendar/memo Diary, which includes a reminder system to give notice of important dates, appointments etc. * Internet time synchronization using NTP/SNTP time-servers, to keep your PC's clock right up to date. * Quick Reminder set-up. * And many more. System Requirements * Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003. * 4.5MB free disc space. * If you wish to use the Internet time synchronization function then a suitable connection via a modem or LAN must be available. * The use of the Microsoft Agent may require additional software installed.

Version:  2.34.12
Release Date:  08/03/2004
Size:  1566  KB
Platform:  Win98,WinME,WinXP,WinNT 4.x,Windows2000,Windows2003

Program type:  Shareware
Cost: $25.00
Online order: purchase
Review: Click here

Requirements:  4.5MB disc space. Optional Internet connection if using Time Sync

Developer: Rainbow Innovations
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