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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by britt, Jan 29, 2005.

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  1. britt

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    I lost it when my old system died. Tried to find the download with out any luck.
    Anybody have it handy.
    Thanks-
    britt
     
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    If you like the way mine is set up in the image just paste the following in the TClockEx\Properties\Clock\ Format box:

    dddd|MMMM dd|h:mm:ss tt S

    You can leave the S off if you don't want the resource meter reading to show.
     

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    Thanks, thats what I was looking for. Unfortunately, I wanted the CPU usage monitor. I don't have the install disc and I can't load the necessary dll file. I'm new to ME, I kind of miss 98SE.
    Britt
     
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