A simple digital clock screensaver that displays the current time in either a 12 or 24 hour format against a solid black background. You can enable the display of seconds and customize the appearance of the clock, including the font used and its size and color.
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|Last scanned||3 months ago|
We have 1 file for "zz Clock"
- 828-zzClock.zip (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||6.69 MB (7,014,436 bytes)|
|File type||ZIP archive|
|Detection ratio||0/13 (0%) View report|
|Last downloaded||41 minutes ago|
User reviews (7)
I like the simplicity and ability to change color and font. But the settings do not actually save when I click ok and it goes straight back to default settings. How do I fix this?
Nice. Is there a way to NOT show the AM PM and NOT be a 24 hour clock at the same time?
You should be able to change the font, but not its size. The size of the font is adjusted to the size of the screen.
I can change it, if you want, so you have to set the size.
I cannot start the .ini so I cant change to 24 hours nor add seconds.
Screensavers Planet: Please see our response to the review below for a solution.
it is okay...but i cant have a another front
Can't save a zzClock.ini file. So for me it's unusable. :(
Screensavers Planet: Please try saving the zzClock screensaver file to a location outside of your Windows folder, e.g. your Documents folder or a new folder, then right-click the file and select "Install". The issue is that the screensaver does not have permission to add or edit any files within the Windows folder.