So I click on the damn clock and guess what, the time is REALLY “”. Now, this has actually happend once for me and once for my coworker.
On a computer that is running Windows Vista, you perform an editing operation or a playback operation on a MIDI audio device.
Either you have to click on the time in the right hard corner to make sure that it is really, really, the correct time – or maybe invest in a wrist-watch…
But I’m not finished and the clock in my right hand corner saids “”. Nothing major of course, but it is really annoying that you can’t trust the Windows Vista clock anymore.
When you do this, you may notice timing jitter and clock drift.
This problem occurs if the following conditions are true: Symptoms: The Overdrive clocks may fail to revert back to the default settings, also the Apply and Discard buttons may not become enabled when changing the clock settings for both the primary and secondary display devices nternet time servers have been around for a while to help synchronize computer clocks.
As time goes by, we intend to add more features from time to time, according to our available free time, but as of now World Clock is complete.
What we do - about once per mense - is usually update the database of time zones to which World Clock connects itself every time you open it, whether the online version herein provided or the PC or Mac version.
As it stands, the current build - World Clock V8 - is an unique software application in many ways, with all the functionalities any user or potential user expects it to have, which are described below.
For most of us, this isn’t a critical need, but occasionally having your computer at the correct time could be important.
There have been utilities around for as long as there have been time servers that will synchronize your computer with the servers.
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People have reported that although they have manually set the date/time on their computer, this gets changed by the windows time server (time.windows.com) when connected to the Internet and for some reason it doesn't display the right date/time.