Saturday, March 14, 2015

What makes exact

  • displays the time for your detected (or chosen) location, not the time according to your computer's clock.
  • The server which hosts is synchronized to atomic clock time.
  • adjusts to DST (Daylight Saving Time) even if your computer clock doesn't.
  • is always updated with the latest information about DST transitions and time zone modifications.
  • The displayed time is not just updated once a second, but at the beginning of every second. Many web clocks, and even the clock of some operating systems, will update the seconds at an arbitrary time within the second, and will drift when the computer is busy, causing jumps of two seconds when the drift has accumulated to a second.
  • If you adjust your computer clock, will issue a resynchronization.
  • is hosted on a modern, quick, dedicated server, which delivers the requested page in minimum time.
  • The code for is trimmed and light-weight, thus eliminating latency caused by the time it takes for the page to load and render.
  • Synchronization via Ajax ensures maximum accuracy.

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