HiClock (Atomic clock)

by hiclock.com

A software application that synchronizes your computer's clock to the most accurate time available: the atomic clock.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: hiclock.com

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Last revision: Last week

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HiClock (Atomic clock) is a powerful and accurate digital clock that synchronizes with the US Atomic Clock. It is designed to keep your time accurate to within one second of the US Atomic Clock and provides a number of features to make sure your time is always accurate and up-to-date.

An extremely accurate timekeeping solution that is far more precise than traditional timekeeping systems. This can be especially beneficial for businesses and organizations that need to keep track of accurate time for scheduling and other purposes.
• Synchronizes with the US Atomic Clock
• Automatically adjusts for Daylight Savings Time
• Displays the time in multiple formats
• Displays local time and UTC/GMT time
• Adjustable refresh rate
• Customizable display options
• Ability to set alarms and timers
• Ability to display multiple time zones at once
• Ability to view the time in a variety of languages
• Ability to customize the look and feel of the clock
• Built-in calendar and world map views
• Customizable desktop widgets for time, alarms, and reminders
• Ability to integrate with other apps and services like Google Calendar, Apple Calendar, and Fitbit
• Ability to share time information with others
• Ability to export data to other applications
• Ability to save settings and preferences
1. Operating System: Windows
2. Processor: Intel Core i5 or higher
3. Memory: 4GB of RAM or higher
4. Hard Disk Space: 100MB of available space
5. Internet Connection: Broadband connection with minimum speed of 1Mbps
6. Display: 1024x768 resolution or higher
7. Audio: Sound card with speakers or headphones
8. Input Devices: Keyboard and mouse
9. Atomic Clock Server: Access to an atomic clock server for accurate time synchronization
10. Network Protocols: TCP/IP, UDP/IP, NTP, SNTP
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Josh Harshfield

I've been using HiClock for a couple of months now and overall it's been a great experience. It's very user friendly and straight forward to use. The Atomic clock is accurate and I've had no problems with it. It's also worth noting that the software is free which is a big plus. However, I have had some problems with the the interface being a bit sluggish some times.