Friday, November 10, 2006
Time Synchronizer on Desktop
I downloaded a free program called "Time Synchronizer" that enables us to synchronize the computer's clock with the NIST atomic time server. I configured it to launch when Windows is started, so it pops up when you turn the computer on. If you click on "Connect to Server" it shows you the correct time according to the NIST time server, and you click on "Synchronize" to make the computer's clock correct, if it isn't already. There is also an icon on the desktop. This way, we can keep the computer clock correct, and we will never be in any doubt whether someone is relieving us on time at the ref desk!