Li'l Atomic Clock Crack + Activation Code Updated
Li'l Atomic Clock is a small software application whose purpose is to help you synchronize your system time with an online clock server. It can be deployed on all Windows versions out there. In order to make use of the program’s capabilities, you need to have an active Internet connection.
After a fast and simple installation process where you only need to press on a few ‘Next’ buttons, you can find the tool running quietly in the system tray without interfering with your work. A right-click on its tray icon gives you the option to access the configuration settings. You cannot appeal to a help manual to read more about the setup process. However, you can decode the dedicated parameters on your own because they look easy to work with.
|Crack size||~ 500KB|
Li'l Atomic Clock gives you the possibility to check out the current system and server time (in hours, minutes, and seconds) and date directly in the main window.
What’s more, you are allowed to run the application at Windows startup, automatically synchronize the time when the program is opened, as well as make the program sync the time at a certain time interval.
Other important configuration settings worth being mentioned enable you to select the preferred online server from a drop-down list, view the location of the server, refresh the information with a single click, as well as test the servers to check if there are any connection errors.
Tests have pointed out that Li'l Atomic Clock Keygen carries out a task quickly. It remains light on system resources so the overall performance of the computer is not hampered. On the downside, it has not been updated for a long time so you may experience bugs and compatibility issues on newer operating systems like Windows 10 and 8.
To sum things up, Li'l Atomic Clock comes packed with several handy and simple features for helping you keep your system time synced with an atomic clock server. It can be tweaked by less experienced users and professionals alike.
Joao Pedro, 04 September 2018
Thanks a lot for sharing Li'l Atomic Clock!
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