Desktop Software Clocks Binary Watch

Binary Watch 3.2 for Windows

by Schwartz

Avg. Rating 2.3 (7 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.1 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,493
Publisher Schwartz

Publisher's Description

Binary Watch displays the current time as LEDs near the system tray.

Latest Reviews

Mike Singer

Mike Singer reviewed v3.2 on Feb 11, 2005

This program plants itself right ontop of the clock in the system tray (my system tray is double the normal height). It also blocks some of the system tray icons. The interface is not very pleasing to the eye.

Suggestions: Allow the user to position the interface; Remove the system tray icon menu; Add the menu as a right-click popup menu when clicking the program interface; Allow the user to customize the interface colors; Remove the gray border around/inside the interface.

Heineken

Heineken reviewed v3.2 on Nov 5, 2004

like this one better

http://fileforum.betanews.com/detail/1094312972/1

schwartz

schwartz reviewed v3.2 on Oct 30, 2004

Hi guys.. I wrote this program as a 3 hr. project.. its fairly simple and straight forward. Read about it at my blog at http://roboding.blogspot...10/binary-watch-32.html (modified url).

c0ldfusi0n

c0ldfusi0n reviewed v3.2 on Oct 30, 2004

Does what it says it does. 12 little LEDs (if you're displaying seconds) that blink when time changes. Now since theses are LEDs, it's not really binary, but i assume a "off" LED is a 0 and an "on" one is 1...

Only con is that it's not moveable.

OfF3nSiV3

OfF3nSiV3 reviewed v3.2 on Oct 30, 2004

i'm not sure but it displays the time in binary format, example for number 2 it displays 1 led lighted and 1 dark

Avg. Rating 2.3 (7 votes)
Your Rating
Mike Singer

Mike Singer reviewed v3.2 on Feb 11, 2005

This program plants itself right ontop of the clock in the system tray (my system tray is double the normal height). It also blocks some of the system tray icons. The interface is not very pleasing to the eye.

Suggestions: Allow the user to position the interface; Remove the system tray icon menu; Add the menu as a right-click popup menu when clicking the program interface; Allow the user to customize the interface colors; Remove the gray border around/inside the interface.

Heineken

Heineken reviewed v3.2 on Nov 5, 2004

like this one better

http://fileforum.betanews.com/detail/1094312972/1

schwartz

schwartz reviewed v3.2 on Oct 30, 2004

Hi guys.. I wrote this program as a 3 hr. project.. its fairly simple and straight forward. Read about it at my blog at http://roboding.blogspot...10/binary-watch-32.html (modified url).

c0ldfusi0n

c0ldfusi0n reviewed v3.2 on Oct 30, 2004

Does what it says it does. 12 little LEDs (if you're displaying seconds) that blink when time changes. Now since theses are LEDs, it's not really binary, but i assume a "off" LED is a 0 and an "on" one is 1...

Only con is that it's not moveable.

OfF3nSiV3

OfF3nSiV3 reviewed v3.2 on Oct 30, 2004

i'm not sure but it displays the time in binary format, example for number 2 it displays 1 led lighted and 1 dark

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