Networking Diagnostics Chronograph

Chronograph 6.87 for Windows

by AltrixSoft

Avg. Rating 2.4 (21 votes)

File Details

File Size 2.1 MB
License Shareware, $19.95
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,463
Publisher AltrixSoft
Homepage Chronograph

Publisher's Description

Chronograph is a simple utility that synchronizes your computer’s internal clock to the atomic time. Standard internal clocks are usually very incorrect, and need frequent manual corrections. Chronograph automatically maintains correct time using atomic clock servers of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

The program is extremely helpful for every computer user. It is a must have for professionals who need correct time permanently (e.g. stock traders). Chronograph provides a high degree of accuracy – the difference between local computer time and actual time after correction will rarely exceed 0.5 seconds. This slight difference is caused by an unavoidable network transmission delay.

Latest Reviews

gsteele

gsteele reviewed v6.56 on Jul 30, 2010

This thing is so far behind the times, it isn't even funny

henrypeck

henrypeck reviewed v6.56 on Jul 30, 2010

It would be overpriced even if it were freeware.

nosbig

nosbig reviewed v5.1 on Apr 18, 2006

does the average user need this degree of accuracy on the pcs clock? frankly this is a waste of money and bandwidth

Bachalor

Bachalor reviewed v3.15 on Feb 7, 2004

Now, I prefer German Freeware; I am a student and must economically work with my pocket money.
I use therefore "YAAC" (www.lab1.de) from Wolfgang Wirth.
Nice tool, it has all features than "Chronograph Atomic Time Clock!".

zulugrid

zulugrid reviewed v2.51 on Oct 9, 2002

Program works, but it is just like every other one out there, and this feature is built-in to Windows XP, so it is an outdated program. (In WinXP: Go to Date and Time Properties, then click on Internet Time tab. You'll notice that it automatically corrects your time every week.)

adnans

adnans reviewed v1.5 on Oct 9, 2000

it works, just like all the other programs like this out here

Avg. Rating 2.4 (21 votes)
Your Rating
gsteele

gsteele reviewed v6.56 on Jul 30, 2010

This thing is so far behind the times, it isn't even funny

henrypeck

henrypeck reviewed v6.56 on Jul 30, 2010

It would be overpriced even if it were freeware.

nosbig

nosbig reviewed v5.1 on Apr 18, 2006

does the average user need this degree of accuracy on the pcs clock? frankly this is a waste of money and bandwidth

Bachalor

Bachalor reviewed v3.15 on Feb 7, 2004

Now, I prefer German Freeware; I am a student and must economically work with my pocket money.
I use therefore "YAAC" (www.lab1.de) from Wolfgang Wirth.
Nice tool, it has all features than "Chronograph Atomic Time Clock!".

zulugrid

zulugrid reviewed v2.51 on Oct 9, 2002

Program works, but it is just like every other one out there, and this feature is built-in to Windows XP, so it is an outdated program. (In WinXP: Go to Date and Time Properties, then click on Internet Time tab. You'll notice that it automatically corrects your time every week.)

adnans

adnans reviewed v1.5 on Oct 9, 2000

it works, just like all the other programs like this out here

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