TOKYO (MacHouse) – When you deal with international customers, you may sometimes need to run the clock under their time so that you can catch up with them during their business hours. Laying several clocks on your desk might be a good idea. Or use AllTimez? That’s right. AllTimez is our fourth software release of this month.
AllTimez is similar to our Mac software title called GlobalClockz. This Windows application lets you run as many as not just 10 but 15 real-time analog clocks on top of more than a dozen digital clocks around the globe. When you finish setting up analog clocks, don’t forget to choose File > Save Clocks. If you do so, AllTimez will automatically load your clocks when you launch it next time.
This software title is currently distributed as a freeware title as it’s still in beta. You can use it without limitations till February 1, 2012. It’s been tested for Windows 7 64-bit. Though untested, it should also run under Windows 7 32-bit. In order to use AllTimez, you must have a display capable of showing at least 800 x 796 pixels.