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While World Time can help you look up accurate times around the world, our visitors have expressed much interest in our help to keep your local computer clock accurate, too.

It is an executable file that does not require installation.

Just run it whenever you want to review and or reconfigure your Atomic Clock Sync settings in Windows or when you need to repair the Windows Time Service in Windows.

While it is great to have this functionality in Windows, configuring this time service is painful!

If you want to sync more often than the default, you have to be very comfortable editing the System Registry OR you can use our Atomic Clock Sync program to do the work for you.

If you have User Access Control turned on, you should see a prompt listing the Verified Publisher as being Chaos Software Group, Inc., so if you see something else, or the download is not signed, please make certain you are downloading the file direct from our web site!

IMPORTANT NOTE: You must have the correct time zone selected on your computer AND have the correct daylight saving time rules in place in your operating system in order to have the Internet Time synchronize process work properly.

If the dates for Daylight Saving Time (DST) changed recently in your area, you must update your operating system with the new rules.

Microsoft releases patches when necessary for newer versions of Windows, but with older versions, you may have to update the registry yourself or find a third-party tool to do it.

My HP Windows 8 desktop has been stuck on updates for hours and I don't know what to do.

It's been displaying the message, "Updating 11 of 11..." For hours but can't seem to complete the operation. Running a manual check for updates will work, it worked for me What you have to do is to install the KB2771431 first then run a manual check for the other Windows 8 updates and install them, it will work fine. Hopefully I'm not violating user policy by reposting my answer here, but not many people seem to have found the Q I originally answered. The Windows Update options have to be accessed through the classic desktop Control Panel, where you promptly discover that even though you are an user with Administrator priviligies you can't press the abort button.

Windows has a built-in "service" that allows your computer to reference an atomic clock server, such as the atomic clock servers operated by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the United States.

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