As the name implies, this one-trick-pony application displays the current date and time in any window's title bar, but it also comes with an extra random window for no known reason. TitlebarTime literally has no interface as it simply sits in the title bar of any open window. After the installation and a system restart, you'll notice that a date and time appear. There is no need to customize the time and date, as the program works in sync with your system clock. However, when the title of a window exceeds 40 characters, the time and date aren't displayed. We'd also like to note that an extra window appears every time we run the program, and when we tried to close it, the TitlebarTime also closed. Despite its flaws, we recommend this freebie to any user who may find the current default clock insufficient and may want to have easier access to the current date and time.