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Digital Clock Widget is a free digital clock for your desktop.
With lite and easy custom features Digital Clock Widget is a simple and very useful digital clock.
Starting with Opera 10.50, Opera Widgets have the same status as regular desktop applications. They run apart from Opera, and appear in the applications menu.
- Publisher: Opera widgets
- Last updated: May 6th, 2012
"Digital Clock 3D Screensaver and Animated Wallpaper" is a great application that features an animated digital clock in 3D that can be used as screensaver and wallpaper. The clock is displayed from different angles and shows hours, minutes, and seconds in a very original way.
TimeTools NTP digital clock software is a freeware utility that runs on any Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP/2003 workstation or server. It allows a client to synchronise time to a selected Atomic Clock synchronised NTP server.
Java gui digital clock in Description
JFrameBuilder is an easy-to-use visual Java GUI Builder for Java Swing applications. It enables Java developers to create sophisticated GUI applications using drag-and-drop interface without spending a lot of time writing code.
- Publisher: Mars Microsystems Company
- Home page: www.mars3000.com
- Last updated: March 18th, 2008
This plugin allow you to replace tray clock. Currently TLB Clock supports different time zones can be skinned and have some useful options. You can change the fonts and colors of text. The digits can be skinned. Also you can select time zone from witch to show time/date.
Chronice is a tool that implements a digital clock on your PC with a fully customizable look and feel. It allows you to create one or more alarms and to select your preferred notification method for each. You can modify any of the included skins to create totally new ones, and save your creations as new available skins. For this purpose, the program includes a thorough skin-design section.
This application is a nice clock-like screen saver that displays the current time and date on your desktop when the computer is not in use. The program comes with three clock-displaying modes: analog, digital, and text digital clock faces. You have the ability to set different colors for each element. In addition, it supports playing sounds.
Clock G2 is a comprehensive clock for your desktop. The application includes five varieties of clocks for your desktop, namely, standard digital clock, standard analog clock, analog world clock, digital world clock and countdown clock. Depending on the clock you choose, it will display different customization options like font, date options, clock display, skin, transparency, etc.
- Publisher: GetWare
- Home page: www.getware.com
- Last updated: March 20th, 2008
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Digital Clock Screen Saver can displays a very large glowing digital time display when your computer is idle. Advantages of this screen saver include optional flashing time separator (for each second) and slow movement around your screen to prevent burn in.
Is not recommended for screen resolutions less than 1024 x 768.
"Digital Clock-7" is freeware screen saver that displays the current time. As default the program uses the font "Digital-7 mono" (in analog seven-segment clock faces) but you can choose any font installed on your computer. Also you can change color and size of font; set display of seconds: none, half size or normal; set flash delimiter.
This is a free and customizable desktop clock with big numbers that can be useful for visually impaired people and senior citizens. You can customize it by changing the color of the background and that of the font. Nevertheless, you can set it to appear always on top. If you want to change your default Windows clock, then this may be a good option.
Is an interesting and beautiful digital lock.
- Transparency may be changed.
- May be placed everywhere on the screen.
- May be hidden or shown by single mouse click on systray icon.
- May be set to be always on top of other windows.
- Has an option "Run automatically when windows starts".
This software offers a solution to users who want to display the current time so that it takes up the entire screen. Font size and font colors can be customized. This software can be used instead of a screensaver.
Astronomers Digital Clock displays several clocks on your screen. You will be able to see your system´s time both in conventional and scientific format, the UTC time, the current Julian Date, the Greenwich Sidereal Time. It will also indicate your Time Zone, Longitude and Local Sidereal Time (LST). You can choose between three possible color combinations for the program to show.
- Publisher: Matt Oltersdorf
- Last updated: April 8th, 2008
Special for those who can't stand searching the system clock and still want to have a nice clock on their desktops! If you like Analog Clocks, your Clock will be Analog!
If you like Digital Clocks, your Clock will be Digital!
Do you want both of them, it is OK, too!
- Publisher: Intelligence Technology Systems
- Home page: www.its3k.com
- Last updated: May 25th, 2011
The screensaver represents old conventionalized electronic clock, with sound effects. In addition to main functions the program has customizable list of "stop programs".
- Publisher: EGERIA group
- Last updated: March 5th, 2009
Free Desktop Clock is a very easy to use application developed to replace the standard Windows clock, while also offering a bunch of tools to enhance the whole experience.
Free Desktop Clock dolls up the standard digital display with a handful of skins and shows the current date and day.
- Publisher: Drive Software Company
- Home page: drive-software.com
- Last updated: November 22nd, 2010
Yahoo! Widgets are small, specific applications that you can run on your Windows or Mac OS desktop. The Yahoo! Widgets application is a desktop program that you need in order to run Yahoo! Widgets.
The Widget Dock is a handy at-a-glance way of keeping on top of the information or entertainment the Widget handles
- Publisher: Yahoo! Inc.
- Home page: widgets.yahoo.com
- Last updated: September 29th, 2011