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  • The DataRat

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    Have been using T-Clock for my tray clock from Windows 98 thru
    Win ME, XP, and Vista. This applet has been around ~forever~ !
    And it has come out in different iterations by different
    developers. You can D/L the major versions of it here:

    http://www.stoicjoker.com/TClock/

    It’s highly customizable, and besides a configurable tray clock
    includes a timer, calendar, and configurable ‘jump list’ menu
    of hard drive locations and proggies.

    Again: This utility has been around since Moses bought his first
    computer ! There’s a reason for that.

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    The DataRat

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  • @DataRat

    I had mostly moved on to Samurize. A lot of trouble to make own config (still lazy to add some stuff like drives bandwidth) but results is awesome.

  • The DataRat

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    “A lot of trouble
    to make own config”

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    Yeah, I tried Samurize a few months back. Very steep
    learning curve, and I decided the difficultly-to-benefit
    ratio was way too high.

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    The DataRat

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  • @DataRat

    Well, it took me few years and three attempts. :) But it was totally worth it – all indicators I want in a perfectly informational and unobtrusive way.

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