Re: synching to atomic clock software

From: John Burns (
Date: Thu Mar 31 2011 - 03:57:05 UTC

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    Windows 7 has a built in NTP client.
    Click the clock at the bottom right corner of windows and select
    "Change Date and Time Settings..." on the window that appears.
    Go to the "Internet Time" tab on the Date and Time window
    Click "Change settings..."
    Make sure that the check box "Synchronize with an internet time
    server" is checked.
    Type in the server you want to sync with
    Click "Update Now"
    Click "OK"
    Click "OK"
    The NTP client will predict clock drift and automatically update at
    intervals it deems often enough.
    I suggest using to find a suitable (near)
    time server.
    Remember that it's considered rude to sync a single desktop machine to
    a stratum 1 or 2 time server.
    On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 4:47 PM, Tony Beresford <> wrote:
    > To all list members
    > I have purchased a new computer with windows 7 the OS.
    > The software I have been using since windows 95,
    > syncit with atom doesnt work. Any hints on
    > software that runs unders windows7?
    > I have used the computer clock for timing
    > satellite observations.
    > Tony Beresford
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