Where can I get a Timer?

  AngeTheHippy 23:37 03 Nov 2003

Hi all, need to know where I cld obtain a timer - you know, the little bit of s/w that has a small window on bottom of screen and keeps a running total of time your spending online.



  powerless 23:39 03 Nov 2003

Windows already has one.

Or do you want one that keeps on counting?

  whybe 00:05 04 Nov 2003

When I was on Pay as you Go I always thought that it would be a good idea to have an on screen timer whilst surfing instead of the normal clock. Whereabouts is it in Windows? Thanks.

  smegs 00:08 04 Nov 2003

If U double click Ur 2 Internet screens, near Ur clock, on that page there is a clock that tells U how long U've been connected.

  powerless 00:09 04 Nov 2003

Look to the lower right of your screen and you should two monitors.

Double click it and you will see: Duration [hh:mm]

...and a few other things.

  Djohn 00:48 04 Nov 2003

click here click here click here Found these Ange, but have not tried them myself. You could also have a look in the download section of this forum, might be a recommended one in there. Regards. j.

  Hedontownee 06:36 04 Nov 2003

Check out Magitime .....do a google search for it
I use it here ...very useful

  GANDALF <|:-)> 07:28 04 Nov 2003
  Stuartli 11:14 04 Nov 2003

If you click on your ISP connection icon in the Taskbar, the duration of the call is accurate to the second.....

I use Logtime - very simple and very effective:

click here

  Stuartli 11:15 04 Nov 2003

Logtime keeps a record for whatever period you require for your ISP(s) and is simple to set.

I use to use Magitime but it proved somewhat unstable.

  AngeTheHippy 11:21 04 Nov 2003

Guys, my original post was sent last nite at 23:37... late for old hippies. It is SOOOOO obvious - two little screens in sys tray... DOH and double DOH.


Forgive me, won't ya....


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