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  • AnalogX - Atomic Time Sync - Queries the NIST NTP server to set the computer clock to the exact time.
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  • AtomSync - A background utility that periodically checks a PCs clock against an internet NTP time server or against a computer in a LAN (local network) which runs an AtomSync LAN time server.
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  • Beagle Software - Software and hardware to keep computer clock synchronized to the Atomic Clock over the Internet.
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  • Chrony - A Unix-based NTP implementation specifically written to be suitable for computers with dial-up connections to the Internet.
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  • Clocks and Time: Time Software for PCs - Lists PC based software for time setting and synchronization, clock rate correction and time display.
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  • FACTS - A freeware GUI-based SNTP client for the Amiga, which will synchronize system time to a server across the Internet. It is also capable of automatically switching in and out of DST.
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  • Network Time Protocol (NTP) Project - Links to many time service clients from the maintainer of the NTP. Includes non-NTP clients.
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  • SP Dialer - Offers SP TimeSync, a program with multilingual interface which allows synchronization of computer's clock with any Internet atomic clock (time server).
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  • Sync-It with Atom - Network Time Protocol client for Windows with a nice user interface.
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  • TymServ - Time reference that draws from multiple time sources. Computer networks and systems can be automatically synchronized.
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  • WorldClock - Allows the user to synchronize his or her PC to Internet time servers. Supports both the Time or SNTP protocols. Also provides timezone, alarm and calendar features.
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