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NetTime is a Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) client for Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7. If you're looking for a program to keep your system time accurate, you've just found it! Its main attributes are: * Free * Open Source * Small * Easy to Install and Use * And most importantly: Reliable NetTime was originally written by Graham Mainwaring in 1997 with an open source release made in 1998. Graham made a number of updates to the program until he lost interest and finally abandoned the project officially on the 1st of July 2004. Improvements made with this version include: * Various UI fixes and improvements * Added default servers - thanks to the NTP Pool Project * Added support for the Network Time Protocol "Kiss of Death" packet * Added automatic syncing on additional triggers - e.g. resuming from suspend, time jumping forward or backwards * Added logging capability * Added extra information to the UI to show more details such as the time to the next sync, adjustment for the last sync and offsets and lag for each server queried * Changed server query method to minimize server loads - it now queries only a single server, unless it finds a time difference of greater than 10 seconds, in which case it will check with an alternate server to ensure that an invalid time isn't used * Improved handling of UAC - User Account Control - under Windows Vista & 7 * Dropped Windows 95 pseudo service - Can still be used under Windows 98/98/Me as a regular application however * Removed automatic configuration screens for searching for available servers - not needed with the NTP Pool default servers * Fixed several UI problems * Fixed problems with running the client under limited user accounts in conjunction with the NetTime Windows Service * Various other minor fixes and improvements Despite the amount of work that has gone into this updated version, most of the credit for it still lies with Graham Mainwaring. The original NetTime project web site can be found at: nettime.sourceforge.net along with previous versions that were released by Graham.