This category contains software clients for synchronizing a computer's system clock from a time service. Most provide Network Time Protocol (NTP) support. Information on that protocol can be found in Computers/Internet/Protocols/NTP. Server software for providing time service can be found in Computers/Software/Internet/Servers/Time. Web sites which provide the current time as well as sites with general information on time can be found in Reference/Time.
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AnalogX - Atomic Time Sync
Queries the NIST NTP server to set the computer clock to the exact time.
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.
Software and hardware to keep computer clock synchronized to the Atomic Clock over the Internet.
A Unix-based NTP implementation specifically written to be suitable for computers with dial-up connections to the Internet.
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.
Network Time Protocol (NTP) Project
Links to many time service clients from the maintainer of the NTP. Includes non-NTP clients.
Offers SP TimeSync, a program with multilingual interface which allows synchronization of computer's clock with any Internet atomic clock (time server).
Sync-It with Atom
Network Time Protocol client for Windows with a nice user interface.
Time reference that draws from multiple time sources. Computer networks and systems can be automatically synchronized.
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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