Desktop Software Clocks Analog Clock

Analog Clock 2.2 for Windows

by Excode Software

Avg. Rating 3.0 (8 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.1 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,015
Publisher Excode Software
Homepage Analog Clock

Publisher's Description

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.

Latest Reviews

dqstamps

dqstamps reviewed v2.2 on 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.

darthbeads

darthbeads reviewed v2.2 on Dec 3, 2005

Not a bad little freeware app. I prefer my TClock, however...

funcheung

funcheung reviewed v2.0 Beta on Dec 4, 2004

Spending $20 can buy u a real, physical watch..

Pipewrench

Pipewrench reviewed v2.0 Beta on 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.

Thanks,
Pipewrench :)

Avg. Rating 3.0 (8 votes)
Your Rating
dqstamps

dqstamps reviewed v2.2 on 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.

darthbeads

darthbeads reviewed v2.2 on Dec 3, 2005

Not a bad little freeware app. I prefer my TClock, however...

funcheung

funcheung reviewed v2.0 Beta on Dec 4, 2004

Spending $20 can buy u a real, physical watch..

Pipewrench

Pipewrench reviewed v2.0 Beta on 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.

Thanks,
Pipewrench :)

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