Windows 7 - Clocks ... additional?

Asked By Dave Horne on 07-Sep-07 10:39 AM
I think I have the maximum number of clocks in the System Tray.  Is there a
way to have more than three clocks?

Just wondering.  Since I make phone calls all over the world, I use the
clocks to give me the 'local' time.

Thanks, Dave




Mhzjunkie replied on 07-Sep-07 10:57 AM
Dave Horne spewed out this bit, and i'll scatter a few bits myself:


If you're not using your sidebar for anything much, add a bunch a clocks to
it. You can even name them to suit your fancy.

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Core2Duo replied on 07-Sep-07 02:59 PM
Yeh same as i was gonna say


Use the sidebar to add a bun ch of clock
Stubbo of Oz replied on 07-Sep-07 09:35 PM
On Fri, 7 Sep 2007 16:39:06 +0200, "Dave Horne" <dave.horne@home.nl>


There are a lot of programs out there that can do this - Google for
them.

One such is "World Time" available here:-

http://www.pawprint.net/wt/
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Lispo replied on 09-Sep-07 05:13 AM
clock in the system tray with skins, alarms, time zones and more...
http://drive-software.com/atomicalarmclock.html