Vista Clock is a lightweight program that shows an analog clock directly on your desktop. It comes with some interesting features and can be easily handled, even by inexperienced individuals.
The interface of the tool is based on a small frame where you can view the current time in the 12-hour format.
By opening the right-click menu, you can switch to countdown, computer uptime, stop watch, or timer mode, as well as toggle between two skins - Royale and Vista.
In addition, you can switch to a different time zone and edit the clock label. These settings can be restored to their default values.
Furthermore, the app can count down to a specific date and day, while the timer may be set to automatically run at startup. Vista Clock also allows you to schedule alarms which can be triggered once, or on a regular basis.
Last but not least, you can disable the chimes, make Vista Clock automatically run at system startup and to stay on top of other windows, as well as turn the time format into the 24-hour mode.
The simple-to-use software application requires a low amount of CPU and system memory, so it should work fine on older computer systems. We have not come across any issues during our tests; Vista Clock did not freeze, crash or pop up error dialogs.