a new type of desktop clock

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  1. NICK ADSL UK

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    Looks nice, but I'll stick with my antique copy of Dale Nurden's TClockEx, mainly because it has a huge number of display options and sits neatly in the tooltray. Unfortunately it hasn't been updated in something like 11 years (probably an abandoned project by now), so while it'll run fine under everything from 95 to XP, Vista and 7 (and of course later) are probably no-go's.
     
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    Horloger CPU usage is too high. Almost 10% in my case. Too much to show a clock. Or is it doing anything else?
     
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    Meh. Simple port from Androids mClock to Windows.
     
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    That would probably be coming from the seconds. I've found most clock apps and gadgets will generate the extra cpu when the show seconds are enabled.
     
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    It doesn't work on XP? Awesome!
     
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