by Asher
6 replies
Does anyone have a recommendation for a
time converter for the PC? Manually typing
it in the search engines to find the timing
difference is getting to me.

Asher
#time
  • Profile picture of the author dreamtab
    I type "Time in NY" "Time in London" "time in India" to get the current timing.

    This works with Google Search engine.
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  • Profile picture of the author dwightsmith2009
    Just type "time" in Google, it will display the current time in your city according to your IP address.
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  • Profile picture of the author rosetrees
    I use this site The World Clock – Time Zones

    Add it to your bookmarks bar for instant access.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sebastian Oudot
    I use this site The World Clock - Time Zones

    Add it to your bookmarks bar for instant access.
    I'm using the same. You have a general view and much more details for every city if you want.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Riley
    Originally Posted by Asher View Post

    Does anyone have a recommendation for a
    time converter for the PC? Manually typing
    it in the search engines to find the timing
    difference is getting to me.

    Asher
    Get Fox Clocks plugin for Firefox. THen, yuo select which timezones you want displayed across the bottom of your browser. I have UK, US Pacific, US Eastern, Switzerland, and Pakistan across the bottom. At a glance I know when I can comm with any of these.

    Also, it knows when each place switches to DST (We in Japan don't, so it can be confusing).
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  • Profile picture of the author dsmpublishing
    Hi guys

    i love timeanddate.com and what i do is have it as a favourite on my desktop and then whenever i need to know the worldwide time i always click on it and have the details in a flash.

    kind regards


    sam
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