If anyone is interested, I have a public domain program called Atomic
Clock Sync. It "pings" the national atomic clock on command - or as
programmed periodically - and resets your Windows clock accurate to the
second. It requires that you be on the internet to function.
I can send as an attachment privately. I have used it for several
months now, and it is virus-free.
On Sat, 9 Jun 2001 23:17:18 -0500 "John P. Riley"
> In the early 70's, when we first got digital watches, seems like
> every day someone in the office would call out to Colorado to check
> the time. We wanted to be as accurate as possible, I guess in case
> we had to launch something into orbit.
> By now, there must be a place on the internet to check time. Anyone
> know where?
> John P. Riley, PE, SE
> Riley Engineering
> "Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana." -Groucho
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