Clock is a freeware program from Mountain
Systems. Atomic Clock sets the clock in your PC
based on the atomic clock at the National Bureau of
Standards. The software uses your PC Internet connection
to get the atomic clock time.
Atomic Clock is a 32-bit software application
that runs on Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003. Atomic
Clock is not compatible with Windows 3.X. To
download the latest software update for Atomic Clock, click
The program includes 3 options:
1. Set your
PC clock each time you connect to the Internet
automatically when your PC boots
3. Run as
an icon in the system tray
When your PC boots, Atomic Clock starts as
an icon in the system tray (the small area usually at
the right bottom or your Windows 95/98/NT display). It
waits there until your PC connects to the Internet.
When you establish a connection to the
Internet, Atomic Clock then access the time data from
the National Bureau of Standards atomic clock in
Boulder Colorado. If option 1 is selected, then your
PC clock will be automatically reset to the correct
time from the National Bureau of Standards.
Atomic Clock can also track sunrise and
sunset times for your location. By selecting a
nearby city, or manually entering the
latitude/longitude for your location, the daily
sunrise/sunset times can also be displayed.
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