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YATS32 review

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Manufacturer: Dillobits Software

Our Rating: We rate this 3 out of 5

YATS32 is a useful software utility that allows you to set your PC's clock to the correct time via the internet.

YATS32 is a useful software utility that allows you to set your PC's clock to the correct time via the internet.

As we all know, blaming a slow clock for your being late is the oldest trick in the book. Now you can truly get your office in ship shape by ensuring that everyone's operating on your time. YATS32 (Yet Another Time Server) lets you automatically set your system clock to any of a number of time services available via the internet or to your corporate intranet. The program can also turn your computer into a time server where other networked computers go to synchronize their clocks.

YATS32 supports multiple servers and time service protocols, and will even poll a list of different servers until it gets a valid time stamp. It includes an Internet Time Server Directory dialog that allows you to select from an extensive list of national and international servers.

YATS32 is supported under Windows 98, NT4, and 2000, and can even run as a standard service under Windows NT/2000.

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YATS32 Expert Verdict »

Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 9.x, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
  • Overall: We give this item 6 of 10 overall

It's got a single function, but anyone who has a PC clock that lags (or an office full of laggards) will appreciate YATS32.

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