Binary Uptime overview
Version 1.7 released at 11/03/2020
The tell-tale sign of a true software developer is the ability to read a binary clock. But if you want to impress all your friends and earn among them the fame of a computer guru, you must show them that you can even read your computer uptime in the binary number system. In order to help you achieve such an “esteemed” status, you must use Binary Uptime Windows 11 and Windows 10 gadget. The gadget displays the time by using a simple binary code.
Reading binary code is not as difficult as you might expect, but probably still take a while before you get the hang of things. You simply have to figure out the binary number represented by each column. If you are a novice in binary, please check the “Show binary digit” and “Show time text” boxes in settings. This will help you at the initial stage, until you get used to it. In the future, you can uncheck these boxes.
You will also have the option to choose custom colors for each element of the interface, including background. Moreover, you will hide some elements of the interface. Binary Uptime gadget works on both 64-bit and 32-bit systems, does not put a strain on the computer’s CPU and memory, and has a good response time.
If you understand that it is never too late to learn, you can use our Binary Clock gadget too.
- Double click on background will show System Info
Version 1.7 - Fixed bug when gadget doesn’t work properly after Daylight Saving Time change. Overhauled HTML. (Released at 11/03/2020).
Version 1.6 - Improved code. (Released at 02/18/2020).
Version 1.5 - Fixed bug with sizing. Improved code. (Released at 07/28/2018).
Version 1.3 - Fixed bug. Overhauled HTML. "Restore factory default settings" button added.
Version 1.2 - Improved settings.
Version 1.1 - Double click on background show System Information.
Version 1.0 - Release version.