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    Whats a good free world clock for windows XP? I am using qclock but the buy now screen is driving me nuts.

    Any other decent programs?
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    is that a Typo qclock - The C - the site Qlock says its Free - no sign of any payment options ??

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    yup thats the one....yeah its free but has a wonderful nag screen about going pro
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    Tardis 2000 http://www.kaska.demon.co.uk

    Ops just realised, you want world clock, not sync....

    Doesnt Vista have a widget.....think desktop sidebar may have one too!
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    World Time is the best I've come across and it's free (and doesn't nag you to buy anything!) Available from pawprint.net

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    Clockrack is what I use. A Ziff Davis magazine one. Do a Google.

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    Default Re: World Clock

    With apologies to the original poster --A minor Hijack here

    In Vista you can add additional clocks, and you can view them by hovering over the time in the taskbar, is there such a thing available for XP as i need to view the time where my boss is
    And no i can't do the calc in my head as i have to factor in Daylight savings here, and whether they are on MST or MDT and my grey matter is just not up to it

    For the original poster

    There is or was a Firefox extension which allowed you to display a number of different timezones (replete with Country Flags) in the status bar of firefox
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nigel View Post
    For the original poster

    There is or was a Firefox extension which allowed you to display a number of different timezones (replete with Country Flags) in the status bar of firefox
    I use it all the time, its called FoxClocks.

    You can get it from the Mozilla Add-on's website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wainuitech View Post
    is that a Typo qclock - The C - the site Qlock says its Free - no sign of any payment options ??
    Qlock is very good. The version I have is freeware with no adverts or nags. PM me if you want me to email it to you.

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