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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Anti-virus report for zz Clock
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|Emsisoft||Gen:Variant.Razy.171668 (B) *|
|Last scanned||1 week ago|
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We have 1 file for "zz Clock"
- 828-zzClock.zip (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||590.23 kB (604,398 bytes)|
|File type||ZIP archive|
|Detection ratio||8/58 (13.79%) View report|
|Last downloaded||4 hours ago|
User reviews (5)
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.