you can use T-Clock to synchronize the time via command line (if running as administrator)... but there's no automatic mechanism with an interval to be set.
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@WhiteTigX:Well... actually you can call this T-Clock function via command line as well Should be documented within the `T-Clock Help.rtf`...try T-Clock's method to see if that is able to restart explorer...Quite nifty. Thanks. I had never realised that feature was there until you mentioned it earlier in this thread. Anyway, I tried it and it seems to work just fine. I shall use it in future, but shall retain RestartExplorer to use for those times when the Start Menu is playing up and one cannot select anything in or below the Systray (this is when the Start Menu is vertical on the LHS).-WhiteTigX (December 06, 2018, 12:54 PM)-IainB (December 06, 2018, 10:57 PM)
[...]T-Clock can do that too If you Ctrl+Right-Click it. Though it can be pretty slow as explorer sometimes hates to quit properly...
There's an explorer.exe restarter utility from Windows Club I use for that, but there's one (or used to be) from NirSoft also.
[...]-IainB (December 02, 2018, 12:45 AM)
[...] The author of the new version will not diminish the original author. [...]You get me wrong... Stoic Joker is a small fry, I'm a koi carp!-Curt (October 26, 2018, 05:51 PM)
[...] Or, maybe i'm missing some option? Thanks in advance!I'm afraid you're not missing anything. A proper scheduler is indeed missing (well the backend supports it now, but I haven't done the frontend yet)-dfrunet (October 03, 2018, 05:54 AM)
[...] font [...] is half as large as it should be. I guess the reason is that I set a large interface fonts in my Windows 7 (150%).you're right about your "guess", it's a known problem. See: #65 and #72 (Pull request)
[...]-Tobor (August 23, 2018, 06:25 AM)
I downloaded T-Clock from CNet, Unzipped into a new folder, and clicked on TClock.exe. Nothing happened. I mean Nothing. T-Clock did not show up anywhere let alone setting it up.Seems like you've got an old version there... that one doesn't distinguish 32bit and 64bit OSes so that you'll need to be careful which one to run. It also meant you've got the 32bit process stuck... if you'd just killed that, you'd be free to go.
[...]-Sidug (July 22, 2018, 05:59 PM)
[...] well-translated [...]Well.. maybe if you're talking about the translated text... everything else seems to be a bit buggy (at best)-killen (February 25, 2018, 02:03 AM)