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Does anyone know of an analogue clock that works in the system tray of Windows 7?

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I guess this is the one:


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And the best is: It's freeware.

Ps.: I know you said Windows 7, but on the site they say:

System requirements: Windows XP or later

So I guess it should work (I'm not a Microsoft man. No more :) )

P.s. Now that we're talking about clocks. I just saw this one.... it's gorgeous, not really what you asked for:

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thanks its a nice clock – brianzion Mar 9 '10 at 20:00
the analogue clock does not work in the tray i have tried before i will write a program myself i think. – brianzion Mar 9 '10 at 20:02
Since the taskbar got restructured with Windows 7 and replacing the clock never was a documented and supported feature (it was more of a hack which happened to work for a few years because no breaking changes appeared), the "Windows XP or later" very likely doesn't apply to Windows 7. – Joey Mar 11 '10 at 14:44

I would look into Samurize, its a desktop modification program that lets you do a whole lot of theming/system monitoring and has a ton of clocks.

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I think Analog Clock on Taskbar might be what you want. (once it gets fixed, that is)

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