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Thread: Tclockex

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    CALM
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    One of the few things that I ever downloaded that I actually USE is this little utility. It is freeware. I really like having the DAY in the time display. Be sure to change the display to exactly what you want to see.

    http://users.iafrica.com/d/da/dalen/tclockex.htm

    chris

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    If you use windows manager KDE, it has that built in.
    So does Mac OS.
    QNX also. if i rem correctly.
    i usually use World Clock, so i can keep track of a dozen cities around the world, current times.
    windows shows the date if ya just hold the mouse cursor over the time applet.


 

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