desktop world clock

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by garry35, Sep 16, 2016.

  1. garry35

    garry35 Registered Member

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    as per title i am looking for a good world clock that needs to work on win 7or later and show multiple time zones easily
     
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  3. NormanF

    NormanF Registered Member

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    Use the additional clocks tab in the Windows time clock to display additional world time zones.

    For the browser, there is the FoxClocks extension.
     
  4. haakon

    haakon Guest

    Qlock:
    http://www.qlock.com/pro.html

    At the bottom of the download page there's a link for a free version which will let you build a "Qlock" on the desktop. There are a multitude of options for size, colors, naming, syncing, time servers, offsets...

    Qlock.jpg

    I've had this one on my systems for a loooooong time. I park it in the upper right corner. I renamed my time zone to my city and state. Just in case I forget where I am. :D
     
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