Re: How do I set my internet time check interval
In the last episode of <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Cyborg-HAF <email@example.com> said:
> In my old Windows XP 32-bi I used Atom Time a shareware
>program to keep my Computer's time up to date. I use my computer's
>clock to set all my clocks when power failure loses clocks time
>settings. I now run Windows 7 64-Bit and Atom Time won't work in this
>OS. I have my setting for Internet Time to check for proper time but
>there is no setting in Time And Date settings to get a more than once
>every 10 days that I used to set for once a day in XP. Is there any
>setting in Window 7 64-bit to set a more often interval for automatic
>checks of time accuracy?
Check the Windows Task Scheduler, there's a ForceSynchronizeTime task,
you can add triggers to it to kick off a time sync when Windows starts.
Your system really shouldn't be drifting once booted, but if it is, add
additional triggers as needed, or look into tweaking W32tm to be a bit
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