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- C: \ Desktop Enhancements \ Clocks & Time Management
The installation process is simple and uneventful, and does not last longer than a few moments. When you wrap it up, the UI you come face to face with presents a straightforward and minimal design, as it only displays the names of several cities and their assigned hours.
It is quite clear that all types of users can learn how to handle it without encountering issues. In case you still do not know how to work with something, you should know extensive Help contents are provided, and they can be accessed with great ease.
Options to configure
By right-clicking the main window, you bring up a context menu which enables you to access all the options available, including moving, deleting or duplicating clocks, exiting the program and checking for updates. It always stays on top of other opened windows, so that you can view it at all times.
Aside from that, you can view all the time zones available, along with zone name, time now and TZ string and add a new clock, by inputting a title, selecting a time zone, hour format, color and width. From the preferences panel, you can choose to launch the utility at Windows startup, change the date format and choose when to check for updates.
The system’s performance is not at all affected, as the CPU and memory requirements are low. The interface is quite friendly, the response time is good and our tests did not register any error or crashes. Taking all of this into consideration, we can safely say Wclock is an efficient piece of software that we kindly recommend to those that work with people from different time zones.
Wclock was reviewed by Madalina Boboc, last updated on April 3rd, 2014
Runs on: Windows All