||This program will connect to one of the atomic clock time servers operated by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the United States, and will compare the time of your computer with the time on the servers operated by the NIST. This program will then display the difference between your system and the servers and if greater than 15 seconds, it will offer you the option of adjusting your PC by the displayed amount. The overall uncertainty in this comparison should be no worse than +/- 5 seconds under all circumstances and will be substantially less than this value in most cases. Atomclock includes a list of well known time servers including NIST Atomic Time Servers in Boulder, Colorado. It very easy to use: 1) Simply download and install the program. 2) Connect to the Internet. 3) Open Atomclock and press the Query button to compare your time to the Atomic Clock. Your clock can be synchronized to the Atomic Clock in less than 10 seconds. You can set the program to run every hour, every 2 hours, etc. to update your clock. It will even open your dialup connection to connect to the Internet. It even disconnects when finished...Plus World Time: You're in New York and need to call someone in London. "What time is it there?" you ask. Atomclock provides the time of any location in the world. Just set your present location in World Time, and all time zones adjust to the correct time and current location. Get correct and current world times with accurate daylight saving adjustments for every zone. Proxy Support: use this advanced option, to connect to a time server using a proxy server when your PC is behind a firewall.