Can't identify software I use to put date/time in tray

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  1. Posts : 9
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    AndreTen said:
    Edit2: was it T-cock you used? github.com White-Tiger/T-Clock/releases
    I know I've used T-Clock in the past, but can't find it on my system (and therefore(?) can't remove it). I've never seen the T-Clock link you've given me before, which seems to be a Windows 10 compatible version. I've now installed it and it gives me what I want (many thanks).

    However, I'm now in the somewhat amusing situation where, when I reset the laptop, it initially puts my just-previous format in the tray, then (after a few moments) the format changes to what I've set up in the new version of T-Clock. So, it looks like my previous software is still being loaded!!!

    I presume having two sets of software competing to do the same thing isn't actually A Good Idea, but it's working so I'll try it out for a while.

    Thanks very much for all the help.
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    DavidPaul said:
    I know I've used T-Clock in the past, but can't find it on my system (and therefore(?) can't remove it). I've never seen the T-Clock link you've given me before, which seems to be a Windows 10 compatible version. I've now installed it and it gives me what I want (many thanks).

    However, I'm now in the somewhat amusing situation where, when I reset the laptop, it initially puts my just-previous format in the tray, then (after a few moments) the format changes to what I've set up in the new version of T-Clock. So, it looks like my previous software is still being loaded!!!

    I presume having two sets of software competing to do the same thing isn't actually A Good Idea, but it's working so I'll try it out for a while.

    Thanks very much for all the help.
    First, it's great that you're satisfied with T-clock.
    Second, it's not great, that system clock is still affected by some other program. Check what is starting (in Task manager - startup), if nothing is showed, try autoruns
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    Thanks for the tips @AndreTen!
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  4. Posts : 9
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    AndreTen said:
    First, it's great that you're satisfied with T-clock.
    Second, it's not great, that system clock is still affected by some other program. Check what is starting (in Task manager - startup), if nothing is showed, try autoruns
    My laptop is feeling unwell so I'll try "autoruns" when it gets out of hospital. Thanks for the suggestions.
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