Add a touch of novelty to your desktop with this binary clock. You need not install Windows Binary Clock--just unzip and run the EXE file. Its simple interface displays a real-time system clock using the binary system (1's and 0's). You can read time by adding the numbers (under Tens and Units) that are marked with 1's. You won't be able to move the interface, as it is firmly planted in the middle of your screen, but you can choose between AMD and Intel chip types and select a large or small display. Unfortunately, Windows Binary Clock lacks standard features found in similar applications, such as reminders, alarms, and snooze. If you can't figure out how to read this clock, you'll get no assistance from the program as it does not have a help file. Since it's free, Windows Binary Clock might be worth a look as a conversation starter for those peeking at your desktop.
What's new in version 1
ReleaseNovember 7, 2008
Date AddedOctober 29, 2005
Operating SystemsWindows 95, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows, Windows XP, Windows NT
Windows Binary Clock. Displays time in Binary using 7 Segmant display. User can pick large or small display. Runs from single 100k exe file no installation required. User can disable help digits over binary display.