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What's new in 1st Clock 4: Time synchronization enhancements

Check time synchronization enhancements in 1st Clock 4.0:

  • Improved reliability and correctness of the atomic time synchronization. 1st Clock 4 can detect inaccuracy up to 20 milliseconds (1/50s) in SNTP mode, and up to 100 milliseconds (1/10s) in DayTime and synchronize with the local server modes.
Improved reliability and correctness of the atomic time synchronization. 1st Clock 4 can detect inaccuracy up to 20 milliseconds (1/50s) in SNTP mode, and up to 100 milliseconds (1/10s) in DayTime and synchronize with the local server modes.
  • You can apply a custom offset to the suggested time. If your time zone settings are incorrect, then 1st Clock may suggest an incorrect time, for example one hour late, after synchronization. In previous versions of 1st Clock the only possible option was to adjust only minutes and seconds. In 1st Clock 4.0, that option was replaced with the customizable time offset.

    You can apply an offset (for the given example -01:00) to the suggested time and force 1st Clock to synchronize your clock correctly.
You can apply a custom offset to the suggested time. If your time zone settings are incorrect, then 1st Clock may suggest an incorrect time, for example one hour late, after synchronization. In previous versions of 1st Clock the only possible option was to adjust only minutes and seconds. In 1st Clock 4.0, that option was replaced with the customizable time offset.

You can apply a custom offset to the suggested time. If your time zone settings are incorrect, then 1st Clock may suggest an incorrect time, for example one hour late, after synchronization. In previous versions of 1st Clock the only possible option was to adjust only minutes and seconds. In 1st Clock 4.0, that option was replaced with the customizable time offset.
  • Atomic time synchronization now displays local clock inaccuracy, instead of a difference between suggested time and current local clock time.

    I.e. if 1st Clock 4.0 shows inaccuracy +30 seconds, it means that local clock is 30 seconds past the correct time.

    Previous versions of 1st Clock will display difference -30 seconds in this situation, meaning that the suggested time is 30 seconds less than the local clock time, but actually local clock will require the same correction in both cases.
  • Refined and updated atomic time servers list - it now includes 201 SNTP time servers and 9 DayTime servers.

Check more details on 1st Clock 4.0 enhancements in the following sections:

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