Editors' reviewThis simple time-synchronization utility lets you tap into several atomic timeservers, keeping your system clock accurate to the second. As iTimeSync launches, it displays your PC time; clSinner Computingick Check to get the NIST time and Correct to synchronize the two. Selecting Options reveals a host of choices that take this program beyond the basics. Among them are a choice of more than 20 timeservers, an autosync feature, and an option to keep a log file. On the downside, we thought the crowded interface could have been more inviting, and we wished it were possible to synchronize the clock in one step instead of two. iTimeSync works reliably and comes with a 30-day trial, but you can find more robust atomic-clock applications that don't cost anything.
Keep the clock of your PC, or even your whole LAN, synchronized to the correct time with iTimeSync. This can be done manually, with no configuration needed, by simply running the program and pressing "Correct". Alternatively, iTimeSync can also be set to automatically synchronize any minute/hour/day period and/or can be run as a Windows Service so it runs automatically and transparently in the background. iTimeSync supports both the TIME (RFC-868) and the SNTP (RFC-2030) protocols. Additionally, iTimeSync can even sync from another copy of iTimeSync on different computer as it can be used as a TIME or SNTP server over a LAN. While servers names are included, this list can be easily changed, for example, to servers that are closer to your locality or to a local server on your LAN. Other features include time zone data display, time zone lock, server scan, detailed logging, correct only minutes and seconds mode, variable time-out, max/min times, and a positive or negative time offset can be set if you are in a obscure time zone or if you like your clock to be fast or slow.
What's new in this version:
Version 1.900 features: SNTP (RFC-2030) server, enhanced Date-Ranges.