T-Clock - (System) Tray Clock; While the default Windows clock does provide the time, T-Clock allows it to also display the (customizable) day, date, and User Configurable shortcuts to favorite applications.
There are actually two different versions included in the download, T-Clock 32 which runs on Windows 2000/XP/Vista, and T-Clock x64 which runs on the 64-bit Editions of Windows XP & Vista.
The Original T-Clock was written by Kazubon in the mid to late 90's. It was released with Source Code included so that others could learn from and expand on its features.
T-Clock2 is a modified version of Kazubon's Original code written by Two_toNe in 2003. Two_toNe added many new features that allowed it to run properly with the then new Windows XP themes.
T-Clock x64 is my rewrite of their code which allows it to run on Windows Vista & XP x64 Editions. While I have removed some of T-Clock's previous functionality, I feel this makes it a more "Administrator Friendly" application as it no longer requires elevated privileges to run.
T-Clock - 64bit software
- T-Clock 3 & T-Clock x64
- YouTube - How to Display the Date & Time in Windows System Tray Clock