Atomic Time Synchronizer is a useful and handy utility to keep your PC clock accurate. It periodically checks and synchronizes your computer clock with NIST atomic time servers, or synchronizes time between computers. It can also act as a time server.
Why Atomic Time Synchronizer? 1. First and foremost, Microsoft Windows (98/XP/2003/Vista) keeps losing or gaining time. You need a more accurate PC clock. 2. For reliability purposes, Atomic Time Synchronizer uses multiple redundant time servers to ensure that your PC clock is accurate even when some of the time servers are offline. 3. Atomic Time Synchronizer works with all Windows versions from Windows 98 to the latest Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008, and can run as a Windows/NT service.
Key Features Synchronizes time with NIST atomic time servers Synchronizes time between computers Can act as a time server Can run as a Windows service
Supports SNTP (the Simple Network time protocol) Supports the TIME protocol Can be invoked at the command line, and called in batch files Can synchronize time with any server running SNTP or TIME protocol Periodically checks and synchronizes time
Displays time in either local time or UTC/GMT Can monitor Windows time change event, and adjust automatically Easy to use and configure