Absolute Time Corrector will help you to be on time by letting you know the exact time, with no possibility of mistakes, not even of a second! Absolute Time Corrector synchronizes your OS’s clock automatically with the one from NIST - National Institute of Standards and Technology. You need an always-on internet connection as Absolute Time Corrector sets the time every hour, but even if you decide to update your clock just once a day, the difference you might have will be just of a couple of seconds. Being a bit fussy, one could argue that as internet connections are not yet going at the speed of light, there must be a considerable delay in receiving the data transmitted by the NIST, but we are sure ATC’s developers must have thought about that.
Absolute Time Corrector works automatically and you can choose the frequency of the updates. Unfortunately there is no possibility of knowing the exact time in other cities of the world, which would have been a very interesting feature and not very difficult to implement.
For very rigorous users, Absolute Time Corrector is a must have tool to be the very first person to make someone the best wishes at New Year’s Eve. Absolute Time Corrector will be almost like having an atomic clock, directly on your PC.
- Internal procedures and algorithms improved.
- The work of clock synchronization was improved.