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Thread: Your PC Time & Date
face BY : Mark Willis email (remove spam text)

Wagner Lipnharski wrote:
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 I use "AtomClk", myself.  It's not perfect (I'd like it better if,
when it gets a drop-out of it's time host, it'd go snag the next NTP
time server on it's list of servers, instead of displaying an error
dialog box and giving up!)  It works well, though, and I know this
machine's clock is spot on as a result.  (I'm under Dos/Win 3.11 here)

 I've had NO negative results as a result of using this (unless you
count getting used to having it as negative <G>)

 Good places to search for any file you want:

 http://www.filez.com/ "Search over 75 million files" search engine.

 http://www.simtel.net/simtel.net/ (and ftp sites etc.) Huge archives
 Tardis2A.Zip is there, off
 http://www.simtel.net/simtel.net/win3/inet-pre.html for Win 3.x (They
have Win95 archives as well.)

 http://garbo.uwasa.fi/ Huge Archives
 ftp://garbo.uwasa.fi/pc/comm/ has pdclk207.zip (for MS-Dos)


 http://www.davecentral.com/ (see Connectivity - Time Synch) has many
including AtomTime98, Tardis 4.0, etc. - I think I'll try out Chron 1.4
myself as it looks better than AtomClk.


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