In spite of a small performance grumble and a rather unappealing interface, this free program delivers on its promise. WorldTime2000 quickly gives you the hour in every time zone on the planet, and also syncs your PC's clock with atomic servers. After choosing your current location, the application will display that time on its main window. It's handy you can view the time in other areas of the world with a quick click of the correct button, but the main interface is bland and littered with banner ads. When we tried to sync up to one of the many atomic clocks the program lets you access, we had to click on a few before we had success, though this feature did eventually work. WorldTime2000 isn't fancy, but it is free and functional.
What's new in version 7.5
ReleaseDecember 5, 2008
Date AddedNovember 4, 2002
Operating SystemsWindows 95, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows, Windows XP
WorldTime2000 automatically synchronizes your operating system with atomic clocks worldwide over the Internet or by dial-up. You can search or scroll city locations worldwide, search or scroll through any time zone, and add, edit, or remove cities within a zone. Great for use with Instant Messengers, Dating Services and Web Cams (Office Conferences). Eliminate contact or phone calls at inappropriate times to distant clients, customers, friends, or relatives or just knowing what time it is at the location. WorldTime2000 adjusts for daylight savings time. All 24 time zones are displayed. WorldTime also provides direct access to dial-up, browser, and email software.