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    Is there a program out there that will sync the Visor time to the computer time during Hotsync?

    I have programs to sync the computer to the atomic clocks but would be great to sync the Visor to it as well.
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    TimeSync. Also, there is a similar program that comes with BackupBuddy which I highly recommend.
    Mike
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    just found a freebie called Time Copy..works well for $0
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    You may want to try ClockFix if you:
    • Don't hotsych frequently.
    • Your PC is on a network which controls the system time (like mine).
    • Don't want to be online to correct your handheld's time.


    It's at PalmGear .

    You have to manually set the time twice with ClockFix and it will make adjustments to the clock based on the calibration.
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    I use . It's free.TimePAL

    Does anybody know the best program to sync your computer over the internet? I know Windows XP has a feature that does it , but I find that the time doesn't exactly come out right. I use dial-up. Does that hurt anything? Thanks.
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    any suggestions for program that will sync my desktop to an atomic?


    Dan
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    I use About Time. There are lots of others though, see this link.
    Mike
    I'd rather be upside down in my kayak than rightside up at my desk.
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    Originally posted by danresqman
    any suggestions for program that will sync my desktop to an atomic?
    atomic clock works pretty well for me!
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    Originally posted by danresqman
    any suggestions for program that will sync my desktop to an atomic?
    DANGER, Will Robinson!!!

    Take a look at NIST Internet Time Service.
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    Originally posted by ernieba1
    It's free.TimePAL
    Actually TimePAL is not free, it is shareware, $5.
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    I have used Dimension 4 for a number of years and been very happy with it. Prior to this, I used AtomTime. I prefer Dimension 4 because it can be set up to automatically check and correct the time in the background and then exit so it is not using up RAM. By the way, it is free.
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