NetChronometer synchronizes the clock on your Macintosh to a highly accurate network time server over the Internet.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
NetChronometer requires System 7 or later, and a 68020-based Macintosh or better. NetChronometer comes in both 68K and PowerPC versions. NetChronometer requires a direct or dial-in Internet connection. It supports Open Transport or "classic" Macintosh TCP/IP. NetChronometer is Appearance Manager-savvy. NetChronometer cannot access the Internet through a proxy server or similar Internet firewall.
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