One can have only so much time. Desk Clock is a pesky application that, despite being freeware, doesn't do much than tick off minutes. The desktop clock has two faces, and either face can display the time in any time zone. This basic tool doesn't offer much in the way of creativity, as you can only display either a digital or a traditional clock face or change the background color. The display sits on top of open windows or hides in the system tray; when you want to check the time, double-click the icon. Only one alarm can be set at a time, too--but we couldn't get the alarm to play a sound. If you're running Windows, you have a clock on your desktop already. If you need two, you know where to go.
What's new in version 1.9
ReleaseFebruary 2, 2012
Date AddedFebruary 3, 2012
Operating SystemsWindows 95, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows, Windows XP, Windows NT
With Desk Clock, choose from three styles: analog, digital, or text-based. The analog clock includes a second's hand, and you can set a reminder that displays a message, plays a sound, or runs a program. Show a second clock for an alternate time zone in your choice of style. Many customizable options allow you to control the look and feel of your clock. Desk Clock also features a quick-reference calendar.
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