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Solved: New windows clock

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by reaper616, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. reaper616

    reaper616 Thread Starter

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    Hey, has anyone found a new windows, clock and which does not overwrite the other clock but as such "disables" and replaces, and also the shortcut is for the default windows clock, i am running windows corporation [Professional] SP2.

    Help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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  3. reaper616

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    Thankyou, your help was greatly appreciated
     
  4. Emtronics

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    Yahoo Widgets has some pretty neat clocks that you can run on the Desktop without messing with the actual Windows system clock. I have been sort of testing them out and find they are very stable. They are trying to act like the "gadgets" that will be included in Vista.
     
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    carrying on the thread sorry, where is the actual clock "program" or whatever it is kept, could someone tell me, i am running windows xp by the way.
     
  7. Emtronics

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    Windows Clock? One place is to RIGHT click the time in the Systray amd choose "Adjust Date/Time" The other way is click the icon in the Control Panel.
     
  8. reaper616

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    No i mean as in, the program that controls the clock.

    for example: c://WINDOWS/

    Something like that.
     
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