Sync your PC clock with a time server by resorting to this minimalist app and make sure you are always in the know as to the passing of every single second. We all know how precious every single moment of our time is, and we are all trying to make the most of it. Vovsoft Time Sync is a software utility that capitalizes on precisely this idea since it offers to inform you about the time in your timezone as well as make sure your Windows clock is flawed by no desynchronization.
You can use this utility and set time in Windows if your computer's CMOS battery is dead or missing.
First of all, it should be mentioned that Time Sync is a lightweight application, and setting it up is a process that should not require more than a couple of seconds. Once the software utility is up and running, things are just as intuitive, with a minimalist user interface making navigation a breeze. As said, the application's main purpose is to synchronize your Windows clock with an Internet time server so that you can be sure every single second is accounted for.
Checking the time server is a matter of clicking a button, with the date and time being displayed at the top of the main window. Aside from that, the computer time is revealed so that you can make any comparisons you may deem necessary. Whats more, the computer timezone is shown for a better overview. As for how the synchronization process takes place, you need to know that one single click should be enough to complete it and make sure your clock keeps up with the times. All in all, Time Sync is a minimalist app designed to check whether your Windows clock shows the correct time. The program can sync it with any NTP server, and all that is asked of you is that you click one single button.
Category: Network & Internet Timers & Time Synch
Supports: Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP (32-bit and 64-bit)
License: Freeware — no nags, no ads, fully functional
Seems to work great with my personal GPS timing source.
— Anonymous User
Seems to function well. Will watch.
— Tom T.
It has great functionality.
— Anonymous User