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    Default Tray clock for Win7

    For years I have enjoyed having Chameleon Clock in XP's System Tray.

    Just another example of a program that Win7 can't run!

    Is there another clock program that fits in the System Tray, that runs in 7 and can be trusted?
    Preferably one that looks good.

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    Default Re: Tray clock for Win7

    Is there something you need from the clock that Windows 7 can't provide?
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    Default Re: Tray clock for Win7

    Quote Originally Posted by pcuser42 View Post
    Is there something you need from the clock that Windows 7 can't provide?
    Does Win7 provide something?

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    Default Re: Tray clock for Win7

    Quote Originally Posted by Vince View Post
    Does Win7 provide something?
    After some quick Googling I found out what it actually does

    It says on their page that it's Vista capable, have you tried compatibility mode?
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    Default Re: Tray clock for Win7

    You haven't come close to answering my question!

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    Default Re: Tray clock for Win7

    I'm trying to see if the original program can actually run

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    Default Re: Tray clock for Win7

    Quote Originally Posted by pcuser42 View Post
    I'm trying to see if the original program can actually run
    TAKE MY WORD FOR IT, it won't. That is the reason for this post!

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    Default Re: Tray clock for Win7

    Answer to your question: No.
    Either go where you're looking or look where you're going!

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    Default Re: Tray clock for Win7

    Quote Originally Posted by coldot View Post
    Answer to your question: No.
    Why bother lying? Just tell me, 'if you know' are any of these "safe"?

    That was my question!

    I have found that a lot of software designated as win 7 compliant, is bad. I was hoping someone here has used one and can recommend it.

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    Default Re: Tray clock for Win7

    http://www.drive-software.com/freedesktopclock.html
    Is it safe? No idea, never used it. Virus scan the exe
    Will it do what you want? No idea, don't know what you used chameleon clock for.

    No one can give you a 100% guarantee that any program will be safe.

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