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 Version 6.1
 Last Updated: July 30, 2003
 Shareware: $10
 Updates your computer's clock with NIST atomic clock time

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The WebTimeSync time synchronizer connects to one of the many national atomic clock web servers (from NIST), downloads the time to your computer and synchronizes it to NIST atomic time. It can automatically update the time at an interval you set and (if you would like it to) it will make sure you are connected to the Internet before trying to update.  WebTimeSync minimizes to your system tray, so it's out of your way while you work.  You can even set it to start at system startup to your tray so that it's synchronizing the time automatically when you're online.  The Version 6.1 release removes the dependency on COMDLG32.OCX, adds server health monitoring, detection of Windows XP and 2003 for event logging, and fixes a long-known bug with the tray icon not properly disappearing.You can only run up to 15 successful updates before being required to register.

WebTimeSync 6.1 is shareware, if you like it, please support us and order it.

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Download WebTimeSync version 6.1 (.EXE File, HTTP)
Windows 95/98/Me/NT4/2000/XP (427KB)

Install WebTimeSync version 6.1 from the web (Internet Explorer 3 or better)

Download the Visual Basic Runtimes 6.0, SP6 (.EXE File, HTTP) from Microsoft
Windows 95/98/NT4 (1MB)

 Wndows Installer

If you are not on Windows Me, 2000, XP, or 2003 Server, you may need to download the Windows Installer Engine.  Download below the version for your version of Windows if you know you do not have it - simply double-click "InstMsi.exe" to install.

Windows Installer Engine version 2.0 for Windows 95, 98 or Me (.EXE File, HTTP) from Microsoft

Windows Installer Engine version 2.0 for Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 6 or Windows 2000 (.EXE File, HTTP) from Microsoft


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