Re: Set your computer clock

Earl Needham (kd5xb@amsat.org)
Sat, 18 Jul 1998 20:33:58 -0600

At 12:28 PM 7/18/98 -0700, Dennis Dinga sent:
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>One site lists 17 different programs ranging from free to US$40 in cost.
>They set your computer clock in varying accuracies and all have different
>features.  I chose WorldClock because I correspond with friends in other
>countries and need to know their time of day also.
>URL:   www.davecentral.com/timesynch.html

	I've been using a program called AccuSet for several years.  I've actually
registered the program because I like it so much.  With the advent of
Win95, the author actually allowed all registered users upgrade to AccuSet
32 for free.  This program also gives the correct time in up to 5 locations
other than your own, and Zulu time to boot.

	The URL is http://www.retsik-software.com and yes, it's shareware, so you
can try before you buy.

	Earl


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