QlClock is an Air-based desktop enhancement utility designed specifically for helping you place an analogue clock on your screen.
There’s not much to talk about the user interface as everything is kept as clean as possible. There’s support for only a few dedicated parameters that can be accessed by performing a right-click mouse operation on the main window.
What’s more, you are allowed to move the analogue clock to the desired desktop position and make use of drag-and-drop operations in order to adjust its size.
QlClock gives you the possibility to keep the analogue clock on top of other windows, change the size of the clock by switching to a large viewing mode, as well as revert the size to the default value.
Where it falls short
On the downside, the tool doesn’t offer support for advanced features that could help you play hourly chimes, switch to a digital clock, customize the layout of the clock by selecting from different themes, view the time for different time zones, set the transparency of the clock, and speak the time aloud, just to name a few suggestions.
Since there aren’t any configuration settings, even less experienced users can learn to master the entire process with minimum effort. During our testing we have noticed that QlClock accomplishes a task quickly. It leaves a minimal footprint on system resources, so it doesn’t hamper computer performance, nor interfere with other programs’ functionality.
In conclusion, QlClock seems to be the right option in case you are looking for a simple clock and time management program that comes bundled with limited features.