A free time correction utility that actually works

A lot of folks have difficulty getting time correction software to work on their PC. If that’s you then try Dimension 4, a free utility that gives you the choice of connecting to a time server either by standard TCP protocol or by the more common (and more problem-prone) SNTP protocol. If you haven’t yet got a time correction utility, this is the one.  It’s free, it?s easy to use, and it has every function that you could conceivably want. Because it works from both the command line and Windows, it’s ideal for batch files, too. (292KB) http://www.thinkman.com/dimension4/...

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