Beautiful Aero Clock For Windows Desktop With Alpha Transparency

For customization lovers we have already written about HTC Aero Clock widget and Stand alone Aero Pack for windows. If you are bored with them and want something simple and light weight, The Aero Clock will come in handy. You can get started right away without any worries of complicated settings.

The Aero Clock is a simple portable Analog Clock application for Windows. It is easy to use and provides a lot of customization options for user convenience.

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How to use The Aero Clock

One you have finished Downloading The AeroClock application, move the single .exe file to a separate folder. As it will create an additional .ini file to store your configuration.

Now click on the .exe file to start the application. For the first time it will start up with default settings that you have to configure according to your needs.

Configuring The Aero Clock

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Size and Transparency of the clock can be controlled through sliders on the application panel. If you want to use a different texture, you can choose among many textures predefined within the application.

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Positioning is very important with applications of this category, so conventionally you can drag the clock to any position of the Desktop screen. Now its your choice to keep it movable or fix it. To fix the position just check on fix that position. For the best result and having uninterrupted work, disable the always on top option. Additionally you can also select to display the second hand.

Once done with the settings you can minimize the application and it stays on the system tray. You can access it anytime by clicking on the icon in system tray. To reset the application to default settings, just delete the .ini file.

It is said to be working with all versions of Windows including latest Windows 8.



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