Metric Clock overview
Version 1.9 released at 02/19/2020
Extraordinary persons or science lovers are sure to like the Metric Clock Windows 10 gadget. It’s a simple enough gadget that displays the time on your desktop using the Metric system for measuring the time intervals. Metric (also known as Decimal) time of day had been introduced in France in 1793. This term is often used specifically to refer to French Revolutionary Time.
Except displays current time gadget is show current date and day of week.
Metric time is completely different in values from regular time. In other words, a 24-hour day has 10 hours in metric time, 100 minutes per hour instead of 60, 1000 minutes per day, and so on. Very easy to remember. One metric second equivalent to 0.864 regular second, one metric minute equal to 1.44 regular minutes, and 1 metric hour about 2.4 regular hours.
Metric Clock have minimal settings that allow you to change color scheme and hide some elements of interface. Gadget works on both 64-bit and 32-bit systems, the amount of resources it needs is very low.
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Version 1.9 - Improved code. (Released at 02/19/2020).
Version 1.8 - Fixed bug with autoscale DPI under Windows 10. (Released at 08/06/2019).
Version 1.6 - Improved code. Fixed bug with sizing. (Released at 08/05/2018).
Version 1.4 - Overhauled HTML.
Version 1.3 - Fixed Autoscale DPI.
Version 1.2 - Improved settings.
Version 1.1 - Added Autoscale DPI option (#1 settings tab).
Version 1.0 - Release version.