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Although it’s light on features, WebTime 2000 easily synchronizes your drifting system clock with a National Institute of Standards and Technology atomic clock. Its simple, tabbed interface is easy to understand and offers options for server selection and general program settings. Select a timeserver from a relatively short list of world atomic clock servers, and hit the Synchronize the MS Windows Clock button, and the application resets your PC clock. We’re disappointed by WebTime 2000’s feature set. Unlike other applications in its class, it offers no automatic synchronization options. In case of bad connections, selecting another working timeserver is a trial-and-error process, since the program has no capability to reconnect you. Despite its obvious limitations, any user in search of an ultrasimplistic time-correction application may find this freeware suitable.