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Introduction
About Chronograph
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Working with Chronograph
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System Tray
FAQ
Chronograph Settings
"Window view" page
"Time server" page
"Proxy server" page
"Automation" page
How to order
Order Chronograph
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About Chronograph

Chronograph's main function is to synchronize your local PC time, using the Internet. For that purpose it uses the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Atomic Clock servers. Chronograph provides quite a high degree of accuracy the difference between local computer time and actual time after correction will rarely exceed 0.5 seconds. This slight difference is caused by an unavoidable network transmission delay.

Chronograph has an easy-to-use, convenient interface. It also provides various useful features, which make the time synchronization process fast and easy:

  • Manual, periodical and wait-for-connection operating modes.
  • Automatic Dial-Up Networking connection.
  • Ability to synchronize the time just after the application start-up.
  • Easy access to more than 10 NIST Atomic Clock servers.
  • Ability to work as a time server, so you can synchronize you PC's clock not only to NIST servers but to any computer in your LAN.
  • High stability. Program automatically connects to another server when the current server is down.
  • The application hides in the system tray and does not require any desktop space.
  • System tray pop-up menu for easy access to main functions.
  • Configurable date and time format.
  • HTTP and SOCKS proxy support.
  • Advanced hint with the calendar.
  • And much more...