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network time client and server NetTime is an Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) client that you can use to keep your system time synchronized with Internet or LAN time servers. You can configure multiple time servers, set the frequency of the time check, activate logging and also, as an optional safety measure, let the program prompt you if the time adjustment would make significant changes to your system time. NetTime can be run as a local application or Windows service and optionally act as a time server for other network clients. The program supports SNTP as well as RFC868 via TCP or UDP. (Open Source) Copyright

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Publisher Mark Griffiths Price Free
Version 3.14  history Last updated May 16, 2012
File Size 757 Kb Requirements None

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Time tastic! 5 stars by busybusy Sep 25, 2017 (Read all my 261 reviews)
I starting using this program some time ago and now updating another machine an needed a program that I know worked at keeping good time. It has a small memory foot print, simple to configure, and just simply works!! Two-Thumbs Up! Get it, use it, rate it! show Review details
The best time sync program that i have found 5 stars by emale2k2689 Dec 25, 2014
I have been using this program for quite a long time. It's fairly small and does the job very well, far better than the windows time update. It can have five different time servers setup, demote any none responding servers, update at configurable intervals from seconds to days and sync your computer network. It's simple and does the job very well and I highly recommend it show Review details
Free and decent 4 stars by gimpguy Sep 15, 2013 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
It does what it says, has plenty of options , tells you offset, ping time..... free. All our pc's are a minute or two different from each other, this has them all synced now. As to the other poster, eh... that's not just an old pc, your CMOS battery on your motherboard is probably bad, very common, set's clock way behind, buy one for a couple bucks, have someone who knows how to replace it for you throw it in, anyone with experience can change it in 2 min. show Review details
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