Running a time server in your network

Running a time server in your network

There are two ways to keep exact time on all computers in your network.

One way is to keep atomic time synchronizer on each computer in your network. In this case, every computer should be able to access Internet. Also computers will be slightly unsynchronized from each other.

Another way is to setup a time server on your server computer and keep all other computers synchronized with this server. Time server will synchronize with atomic time servers (you should set it to synchronize automatically at regular intervals).

Click here to learn how to set up 1st Atomic Time on your server to synchronize computers in the local network

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1st Atomic Time

1st Atomic Time main window. You can access all program functions from this window. Click to enlarge...

1st Atomic Time Options Dialog. Options are split into different sections. You may choose those sections on the left. Click to enlarge...

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System Requirements:
Windows 7, 8 and 10. 32-bit or 64-bit

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