This very basic utility ensures you'll always have the correct time down to the millisecond, but other clock-enhancement applications do the same thing as well as offering a host of other features. Desktop Atomic Clock's interface is both clear-cut and aesthetically pleasing, though a library of additional skins would be a nice touch. The tiny utility connects to one of about 20 atomic servers to retrieve the exact time, but we've seen quite a few similar programs that offer many more syncing options. You can set the program to automatically sync its clock on an hourly basis, but you can't configure it to do so using minutes. Nor will you find additional features such as alarms or the ability to see the time in other global locations. If your only goal is to always have the precise time, Desktop Atomic Clock will deliver, as long as you don't need any extra functionality.
From Softros Systems:Desktop Atomic Clock is an atomic clock sync software designed to keep your computer clock always accurate by synchronizing it with an atomic clock NTP server over the Internet. You can choose to sync the time automatically or to use the manual mode. When using the manual mode, you can preview the atomic time compared to your PC's time, then select to perform the adjustment. The user-friendly interface and many features make the time-synchronization process fast and easy.
Very little to recommend it. You get an accurate clock, for ten days. That's it.
Downloaded trial version, wasn't impressed.Uninstalled it. But now every time I open my laptop a box pops up asking me to enter a registration key to buy the full product. This has slowed down my system and does not want to be removed. I even downloaded software that was recommended to get rid of anything left over after unsuccessful uninstalls, called Revo uninstaller it did not work. I would not recommend this product.