TitleBarClock Pro 7.1
by Quickersoft
Perhaps the most under-utilized patch of screen real estate in Windows is the title bar that runs the length of almost every application and folder window that's open on your computer desktop. Putting that space to good use is the job of TitleBarClock Pro. TitleBarClock Pro adds the weekday, date, and time in your choice of nine different languages on the right or left side of the title bar. Displays the time in either 12 or 24 hour format. The program shows your free physical RAM and your free remaining disk drive space if you wish.

You can time synchronize your system clock to assure your computers internal clock is set accurately by any one of many internet atomic clocks. Display a simple useful pop-up calendar. Hide your desktop with a couple clicks of the mouse. Copy the date, time and other info to the Window's clipboard that you can paste into other applications. Automatically maximize all open windows or have all windows re-sized and centered on your desktop. If you don't like the looks of maximized windows in Aero Glass TitleBarClock Pro will maximize all your windows yet keep the glass effect like seen when Aero Glass windows are minimized.

Set the clock to shut your computer down at a specified time. Set alerts in many different ways. Run any application at a specified time and date. Includes a desktop clock with adjustable settings to see the same information on your desktop when all windows are minimized just like it does on the title bar. Speaks the time each quarter hour, half hour or top of each hour in a male or female voice. Change the title bar text color and font style in Window's Color and Appearance settings and TitleBarClock Pro will take on the new settings automatically.

TitleBarClock Pro offers many customizable features and adjustable settings. Compatible with Windows 2000, 2003, XP, 2008, Vista, Windows 7. When run in Aero Glass mode TitleBarClock Pro attempts to display itself on the right side of the title bar, if this is not possible TitleBarClock Pro displays itself on the left side of the title bar. There are however some windows that do not permit displaying of the clock when in Aero Glass mode. When Windows is run in Vista/Win 7 Basic mode or any Windows version prior to Vista the time is displayed on the right side of all main windows.
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NOTE: Using a black title bar text color will be difficult to see (generally this is Windows Aero Glass default color) and will be changed to white when it is possible to display TitleBarClock Pro on the right side of the title bar when set to Windows Aero Glass mode. It is recommended that a light title bar text color be chosen for best TitleBarClock Pro visibility. To display TitleBarClock Pro as depicted in the examples below you must set the title bar text color to white. Click here for detailed instructions on how to change the title bar text color.

As seen on Internet Explorer 9 - Aero Glass    
As seen on Google Chrome 15 - Aero Glass    
As seen on Mozilla Firefox 8 - Aero Glass    
As seen on MS Outlook 2003 - Aero Glass    
As seen on MS Word 2003 - Aero Glass    
As seen on Notepad Win7 - Aero Glass    



Snapshot of the desktop clock display





Blue XP Example                                             Vista-Win7 Basic Example                                             Gold XP Example




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