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I want some recommendations on some free portable lightweight app to see time in selected cities, including daylight savings.

I currently use a Firefox plugin but I want to free it from this so I need a Windows app.

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This should be CW. – alex Feb 11 '10 at 19:34

Microsoft Time Zone may be just what you are looking for. It is free and happily sits in the system tray.

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I use Windows Control Panel/Date and Time for simple calculations in different cities.

If you need something that shows time in several cities at once, try QLock or Sharp World Clock. If you need to see timezones arrangement with the most important cities try this site - interactive time zones map. Unfortunatelly, as far as I could tell, none of them are portable.

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just fyi: Sharp World Clock is a trial version (pay for a key to keep using); dunno if it follows through on the 14-day limit or not. QLock seems to have a free version but it's hard to tell for sure. – quack quixote Jan 11 '10 at 19:32
    
@~quack - you're right. Mistake on my part. I haven't used any of them myself, so I guess I was a little too quick when checking them out. – Rook Jan 11 '10 at 20:03

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