SymmTime is a lightweight Windows application whose purpose is to help users automatically synchronize their system clock with NTP servers.
It sports a clean and intuitive layout that allows you to set up the dedicated parameters with minimum effort.
SymmTime gives you the possibility to make the utility start the synchronization process on Windows startup or at a user-defined time.
What’s more, you can specify the number of retries, select the time zone from a preset list, and edit time zones or add new ones by providing details about the name, country, time, and daylight saving time.
Other notable characteristics worth mentioning enable you to add multiple clocks on the screen, set up the parameters for the digital or analog clock mode, specify the date, as well as choose between different analog layouts.
Last but not least, you can set up alarms and upload an audio file from the computer (WAV or MP3 file format), synchronize with the selected server, add new server to the list, pick the default time zone, and make the utility remain on top of other applications.
During our testing we have noticed that SymmTime carries out a task quickly, and no errors showed up throughout the entire process. It leaves a minimal footprint on system resources, so the overall performance of the computer is not affected.
To sum things up, SymmTime seems to be the right choice in case you are looking for an easy-to-use time management utility. Thanks to its intuitive layout, it is suitable for all types of users, regardless of their experience level.