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[October, 2004] - Is your computer on time?

Punctuality has always been regarded has one of the most important character traits. We praise punctual people, people who are never late. But now ask yourself this question - is you computer punctual, is it on always on time? Most of us adjust time manually, which means current time you see in the corner of your computers may be seconds, minutes or hours apart with the correct time. And most people are not aware of time servers located all over the world that can help you to set absolutely correct time according to the atomic clocks.  more...

[October, 2003] - Reliable freeware TIME and SNTP server for small to midsize local area networks (LAN).

Absolute Time Server is a full-featured time server, which works as WinNT service and is fully RFC-868 and RFC-2030 compatible. Absolute Time Server acts as a background process, has very low system
resources consumption, and it can be started before user logon.

The short list of Absolute Time Server features includes support for RFC-868 (TIME) and RFC-2030 (SNTP) time synchronization protocols, optimized for performance as NT service (and emulation of NT service for Windows 9x systems), WINSOCK 2 support, low consumption of server resources. In addition to program’s small download size and easy installation, Absolute Time Server starts its job right after installation, without any set-up more...

[October, 2003] - On time, all the time.

Absolute Time Corrector 3.0 is a Windows 9X/NT/2000/XP program, designed to provide the exact time to local and network computers based on the time standard set forth by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Absolute Time Corrector queries NIST timeservers using the Internet and then compares NIST time to the time setting of the host computer. If there is a disparity, Absolute Time Corrector automatically adjusts the computer's time to correspond to the correct NIST time. more...

[May, 2002] - Have the correct time, all the time.

FlexibleSoft Co. has released version 2.0 of Absolute Time Corrector, a Windows 9X/NT/2000/XP program, designed to provide the exact time to all computers in a network based on the time standard set forth by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Absolute Time Corrector is ideal for any kind of users from beginners to guru. With this program you will be able update your pc clock as many times as you want. This program includes about 250 well-known time servers, so any user can be able choose the nearest time server for fast time access.  more...

[November, 2001] - FlexibleSoft Co. has released Absolute Time Corrector version 1.5.

FlexibleSoft Co. has released Absolute Time Corrector version 1.5, a Windows 9X/NT/2000/XP program, designed to provide the exact time to all computers in a network based on the time standard set forth by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

The NIST Internet Time Service allows users to synchronize computer clocks via the Internet. The time information provided by the service is directly traceable to UTC(NIST). The service responds to time requests from any Internet client in several formats including the DAYTIME, TIME, and NTP protocols.  more...



[September 2th, 2003] - What is Atomic Time and how is it kept?

Atomic Clock is a device that measures time by the frequency of radiation emitted by an atom or molecule when it makes a transition between two energy states.  more...

[September 9th, 2003] - How do I get Atomic Clock on my computer?

Currently there are several dozens of atomic clocks scattered all over the world. Some are located in universities, others are in governmental institutions. Lucky for you, most of them are connected to the atomic time servers.  more...

[September 16th, 2003] - Who needs Time Synchronizing Software?

OK, so who needs time synchronizing software and why is there a need to synchronize time? For some reason, people don't ask each other, why do I need to have a correct time on my wrist-watch? more...

[September 23th, 2003] - Network Time Synchronization.

Having network time synchronizing software is often a must have requirement for corporate (and other) LANs. That is quite obvious. A network may include hundreds, even thousands of computers, some in very remote locations.  more...

[September 30th, 2003] - Common issues setting up time synchronization software.

All of TSS (time synchronization software) works by "taking" the correct time from time servers. In case of Absolute Time Corrector, there are over 250 time servers in the database. How can one know which ones to select? That is why ATC comes with a special wizard that lets even the most inexperienced users select the right time servers based on their location and internet connection. more...

[October 7th, 2003] - The dangers of poor network timekeeping.

You can hardly find a company that does not rely on computer networks nowadays. But too often the companies that thousands of dollars in computers and hardware fail to remember purchase atomic time keeping software. And as the result - they suffer, because most people mistakenly assume that computer clocks are inherently accurate. Here are the most common dangers of poor network timekeeping practices. more...

[October 14th, 2003] - Software that requires accurate timekeeping.

A lot of readers contacted us and asked us to tell them about the software that requires accurate timekeeping. One of such programs is Energy Spy - a simple, but very helpful application that lets you automate certain tasks. In other words, it lets you schedule a shutdown, reboot, logoff, standby, and hibernatation on the local computer. more...

[October 21th, 2003] - Does you business rely on accurate time and precision clock?

Many folks still don't understand why they need accurate time (precision clock) on their computers. What really surprises me is that a lot of business people do not understand this. The simple answer for these people is that precision clock is most likely something you can not afford not to have. Need an example when lack of accurate timekeeping ruined someone's business? more...

[October 28th, 2003] -Cool software for the Internet.

The Internet starts with a connection, and for a lot of folks it is still dial-up. FlexibleSoft has a cool dialer program that has a bunch of extra features the regular dialer (the one that comes with Windows) does not. This multi-functional dialer allows you to connect to the Internet with one click from the system tray. The program monitors your connection, and automatically redials a new number from the list if you're not allowed or bumped off-line. The application displays the amount of time you spent on-line in addition to current connection speed. more...

[November 4th, 2003] -Installing time synchronizing software to networks - Tips.

A bulk of time synchronizing software purchases are made by the network administrators. Deploying the software to every PC is frequently troublesome. If you've encountered that problems, this article well help you. Of course, we can't talk about all time synchronizing application - so we will just talk about Absolute Time Corrector. more...

[May 09, 2013]

Great News! Major updates for Absolute Time Corrector: version 10.3

[Apr 11, 2013]

The big news this day is the release of version 8.2 of Absolute Time Server

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