Time Sync v2.0.2
** Updated November 9, 2008
Stay on time! Now you can synchronize your computer's clock to one of the many
ultra-precise time servers available on the Internet. You can schedule periodic
automatic updates, or adjust your clock on demand any time you choose.
For more information, read these issues of Karen's Power Tools newsletter:
- Version 2.0.2: Caused program to wait 3 seconds (to allow network connection to be established) before automatically synching computer's clock when my Time Sync program starts. Program will now run as Administrator when run under Windows Vista (so it will have permission to adjust computer clock). Also made minor cosmetic changes to Edit Time Servers window.
- Version 2.0.1: Fixed bug that could cause the program to fail to load under certain circumstances.
- Version 2.0.0: Added ability to act as a "time server", providing time-of-day to other computers.
- Version 1.1.3: Fixed bug in window resizing routine that prevented resizing window immediately after changing window's resizable setting.
- Version 1.1.2: Fixed bug that prevented program from automatically exiting when asked to sync clock then exit when Windows starts.
- Version 1.1: Added option to show icon in system tray when miminized,
option to sych them immediately exit when launched.
Program will now create shortcut in Windows' Startup folder when asked to
launch automatically when Windows starts. Corrected country of two
time servers (incorrectly placed in Zaire, instead of South Africa). Fixed bug
that prevented Auto-sync on startup from working if scheduled auto-sync not enabled.
- Version 1.0: This is the first release