Could you perhaps add a screenshot of the options? And how much RAM does it need? CPU load should be low, right?
The options are all on a popup menu that can be accessed by either right clicking the clock itself or the tray icon.
This was developed initially on a 233mhz P1 with only 64mb ram running WinME...for use on that pc. So it wouldn't have been much use to me if it was a resource hog. All applications I develop must be able to run on that pc or it isn't acceptable according to my standards. Although your mileage may vary.
Added some new features recently:
I got rid of the color list and added a color picker. You can select any color you want now...no limits.
Also updated the StopWatch in it...added a global hotkey to start/pause/resume.
Just hit Ctrl-Shift-F9.
If you run more than 1 instance of the StopWatch, only the first one will be able to use the global hotkey.http://www.appsapps.info/dclock2.php