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Clock by vanSoest.it
Current versionClock latest version is 220.127.116.11
Main feature overview
Clock is the upper most program always showing you the current time and date of more than 3 self selected cities in selectable time zones. Clock is thus ideal for companies having multiple offices in different time-zones as the Windows 10 clock is limited to only three clocks. Clock can be made invisible by hovering the mouse over Clock. This also allows for clicking-trough, so the applications beneath Clock can be accessed without moving or minimizing Clock. Clock is free.
Clock fading to transparent and click-through.
Read the features in detail here.
HistoryThe first version of Clock was a 16 bit Windows 98 and 2000 version written in Visual Basic. Upon noticing that Clock launched an entire 16 bit environment (WOW) on Windows XP machines, it was time to redesign the Clock application using 32 bit Turbo Delphi. Now we have entered the 64 bit arena with Windows 7, 8 or 10. Again Microsoft came up with a 32 bit environment, called (WOW64), and loads it for 32 bit applications. So it was time to rewrite Clock with Visual Studio C# so it can fully use the 64 bit .net platform.
FeaturesThe program Clock is designed as a very easy program, packed with features:
LicenseThe program Clock is licensed according to the EULA in the download. Read the EULA carefully before using the program. A recent copy can be downloaded here
YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS OF THIS EULA BY INSTALLING, COPYING, OR OTHERWISE USING THE SOFTWARE. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE, DO NOT INSTALL, COPY, OR USE THE SOFTWARE.
User interfaceThe fully functioning program Clock is designed to have a very easy user interface.
User interface of Clock. Notice the navigation arrows in the top left and top right corners allowing to browse through the selected cities.
Right click menuThe user can configure Clock by right clicking the clock surface. It will open a menu:
Right click menu
InstallationDownload, unzip and copy the program Clock anywhere you want on the disk.
Should you want the program to start automatically, just copy it to :
First RunWhen the program Clock starts for the first time, a window (see image) is shown asking for the current place. A default time zone will be presented if it can be detected from the current Windows settings. Otherwise the user can select a time zone. This window needs to be filled in for the program to function correctly.
Clock initial setup. Provide a place or city name and select a time zone.
System requirementsAny system running .net 4.0 is able to run Clock
Support matrixvanSoest.it will only support the latest version of free software.
DownloadUpon clicking the "Start download process" button, you get to another web page where you have to agree to the End User License Agreement (EULA) before you can download the program Clock.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)Just use the postcard icon in the left menu to ask a question.
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