Anuko World Clock is a download for Windows that replaces the regular system clock with several time zones of your choosing. Knowing the time around the world has never been simpler. Whether you travel from timezone to timezone or have international friends, it is the clock for you. When downloaded, the Anuko World Clock software replaces the taskbar's system clock with a list of time zones, the specifics of which you define yourself. The options this utility offers include: -Varied digital and analog skins. -Time converter for easy time calculations across timezones. -The ability to set any amount of alarms and toggle World Clock's action on the alarm. -A label that you can edit to display, for example, the name of your overseas contact, or business partner. -A tooltip for every clock, allowing you to label the cities and countries whose time you are displaying. -The ability to hide the clocks in your system tray in a menu. -Online time synchronization over SNTP or HTTP. -A URL or program link of your choosing, on double-click (eg: display weather, or show a news page for a location). The clock's success is due primarily to its manageability, ease of use, and diversity as an award-winning Windows utility. On top of a highly usable shareware, Anuko World Clock is also available as a very affordable personal tool. Around 50% of Anuko World Clock's customers are enterprise users, who require a powerful timezone monitoring tool that adjusts automatically for appropriate daylight savings through summer and winter, and keeps them in touch with their overseas partners, colleagues or friends. Anuko World Clock is very good for stock and currency traders. Whether you are an enterprise in need of an efficient timezone monitoring utility, or a home user with a loved-one in another country, Anuko World Clock is software you should not be without.
What's new in this version:
Version 5.8.1 provides time zone and DST updates since last release. Code refactoring and cleanup. City database updates. User-controlled logging. See detailed change log at http://www.anuko.com/world_clock/change_log/index.htm.