Analog Clock replaces a standard Windows tray clock. It builds itself right into the taskbar and doesn't take any desktop space. Its appearance can easily be changed using built-in skins or you can create your own skin.
Reviewing 2.2 (Dec 4, 2005)
I was getting ready to install the program and before I downloaded it, it said it is now freeware; but when I started installing it said that it was trialware. What gives? I am disappointed.
Reviewing 2.2 (Dec 3, 2005)
Not a bad little freeware app. I prefer my TClock, however...
Reviewing 2.0 Beta (Dec 4, 2004)
Spending $20 can buy u a real, physical watch..
Reviewing 2.0 Beta (Dec 3, 2004)
Really nice clock. I like it a lot. I however uninstalled it after seeing the nag screen at every boot. It has a 30 day limit, but there is no reason to have a nag screen every time you boot up. If there were no nag screen I would give it a 5.
I also don't think a clock is worth $20. If it were $10 that would be more acceptable.
I think I'll just download the free longhorn clock.
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