Another program using the database
Dave at Cantor.mv.com
Tue May 5 03:50:16 UTC 2009
I found a program Wclock described at
When installed, the program puts several clock faces on the
Windows desktop. Additional clocks can be configured and
existing clocks can be removed. Unfortunately, its windows is
always "on top". It can be reduced to just one clock being
displayed (and I have just UTC displayed).
This program uses the TZ database and should probably have a link
on the tz-link.htm page.
The program stores a Windows-format .INI file from which Posix TZ
strings can be derived from Olson timezone names. The program
apparently will automatically update its .INI file when
More information about the tz