Crave World Clock Pro 1.6.4 estaba como Giveaway el día n 16 de noviembre de 2014
Crave World Clock le permite mantener un registro de la hora en las principales ciudades y zonas horarias en un verdadero mapa del mundo. También puede agregar temática y relojes analógicos o digitales en el escritorio de Windows para realizar un seguimiento de la hora actual de cualquier ciudad que desee.
También puede configurar el reloj mundial con mapa como fondo de escritorio o utilizarlo como un protector de pantalla. Una herramienta de búsqueda de tiempo le permite encontrar rápidamente la hora actual de cualquier ciudad o país que desee. Una herramienta de recordatorio le permite establecer recordatorios para citas, reuniones, llamadas telefónicas, etc. de acuerdo a otras zonas horarias. Una ventana emergente se mostrará con un mensaje recordatorio a la hora especificada en la ciudad o zona horaria especificada. También cuenta con una herramienta de calendario que muestra el calendario para el año entero de un vistazo. Usted puede elegir el año en que el calendario tiene que ser mostrada al margen de año en curso. Crave World Clock también tiene una herramienta que muestra los códigos de marcación internacional para todos los países en una lista que se puede consultar para sus llamadas telefónicas.
Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8; 256 MB RAM (512 MB recommended); 11 MB of free disk space
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Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1.2 Pro 64 bit system.
A company without name and address and a strong mission:
Our mission is to offer you high quality software applications and excellent customer service which you can leverage in making most out of your business.(*)
In some WebPage applications there must be a field: "Fill in your vision and your mission", with 10 pre-formulated texts about/mission/vision/customers/business...
This time something new, not really. It was GiveAway in 2010, 2011 and now.
Here are the old reviews:
Again a "Pro" version and not these lousy "Amateur" versions.
After start a resizable world map opens with night&day zone and a a "twilight" zone, which is simply plain wrong. Dear programmer, the twilight zone differs from equator region to the pole regions.
And a second remark to the day&night world. There are better images with a higher resolution in the WEB, take different maps for different resolutions. Take a winter/spring/summer/autumn map. There is a lot to improve. And give the user the chance to hide the the menu bar and the title bar...
This program uses the system time, you cannot define another time server.
To this map you can add analog or digital clocks (in my eyes a bad layout of the clocks, which are not resizable), you can see a calender, but not choose the the begin of the week Sunday/Monday.
A simple world map, with a lot of possible improvements, graphically not the best. In my case the system freezes, when I want to install this worldmap as wallpaper.
(*)mission not accomplished, this is no "high quality".
Uninstalled via reboot.
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I downloaded an earlier giveaway of this in September 2011 because I have friends and relatives all over the planet and working out when someone would be free to Skype (actually, it was MSN at the time) can be quite a nightmare...
The neatest feature of this software was allowing me to have a small, semi-transparent, customizable line of digital clocks with their time zones on my desktop allowing me to see the time in as many cities/zones as I needed.
I'd tried a few free alternatives and frankly none were as good as this so if you need a world time clock I would recommend this without hesitation: it does exactly what it says on the tin.
Also, as I think I mentioned in my comment at the time, any piece of software called "Crave clock" should be downloaded just for the unintentional comedy value...
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I had version 1.6 from an earlier giveaway. I choose to install this into the same folder. It installed with no problems. The program is a world clock. It's not something I use everyday but it's nice. It's set up to start with your computer when you turn it on so you will want to turn that off if you don't want it to run all the time.
You can read a review from Ashraf on an earlier version here..
Here are some screen shots...
Thank you GOTD team and Reflection Software Solutions.
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dadams..did you know you gave us a link to ashraf's comments on your own computer, not the web? :)
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Long-established proven software that works exactly as intended; I have no idea why Karl at post #2 had a problem with it.
I've been using an earlier version of Crave World Clock for many a year and no, it isn't meant to be Google Earth and no, it isn't meant to be a work of graphic art. Just a clock. A global clock -- and an excellent one, too.
It can be used as a screensaver and, where this latest version is concerned, in tandem with various gizmos and widgets kindly added in by the developer, though in my case they're not necessary. I have a shortcut to the app in my Windows 7 Quick Launch (the lovely old Vista-style QL that I brought back to replace the pin-to-taskbar nonsense from Microsoft-Knows-Better) and I hit that shortcut whenever I need a visual time-check on whichever cities I've added to the map -- and it's surprising, how frequently that is.
Verdict: Great software, well-known developer and, today, an outstanding bargain for any and every computer user. Just be careful if you email anyone a recommendation: I did so to a female friend a few years back and a typo meant the second letter of the word 'clock' went missing. She emailed back with a quizzical: 'So that's what you think I'm craving. . ?'
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