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This is intended as a substitute for the OS/2 "System Clock" object. The main new feature is setting the time zone, and adjusting the clock at the appropriate summer start/end time.
 
This is intended as a substitute for the OS/2 "System Clock" object. The main new feature is setting the time zone, and adjusting the clock at the appropriate summer start/end time.

Latest revision as of 23:17, 10 January 2021

TZSet
NA.png
Version 1.00
Vendor
Author Peter Moylan
License GNU GPL
Download [1]
Website [2]

This is intended as a substitute for the OS/2 "System Clock" object. The main new feature is setting the time zone, and adjusting the clock at the appropriate summer start/end time.

There are two executables in this package. TZset.exe should be started at system startup (e.g. via the Startup folder), and it runs in the background (and spends most of its time sleeping). Clock.exe is the user interface.