Platform: Windows XP, Windows Vista
Number of downloads: 4720
If you're working on a project, the quickest way to find the most accurate current time is to look at your system tray clock. As this can be synchronised with the internet, it's nearly always correct and follows British Summer Time and adjusts accordingly.
However, your system tray clock uses your icon font and isn't customisable within Windows, apart from the facility to show or hide your clock.
Clock Tray Skins is a direct replacement for the standard Windows tray clock. You can use it to show the standard time, plus seconds and date and, better still, customise it with a range of supplied skins.
For instance, you could have your system tray clock as if it would appear on a train station. Alternatively, just change the size of the clock so it's more visible on your system.
Clock Tray Skins is also an atomic-time synchroniser and will constantly check against an internet-based timeserver.
The latest v4 ships with support for Windows Vista.