Clock and timer program. Free software written in Java.
Latest version: 2.0 (2008-03-30)
ThisTime is a simple clock and timer program. Create any number of clocks, count up or count down timers, each in its own resizable frame with a customizable title. Free and open source software written in Java.
ThisTime is a simple clock and timer program. Create any number of clocks, count up or count down timers, each in its own resizable frame with a customizable title. Uses a digital time display that automatically scales to fit the clock or timer frame. Runs on any OS with the Java Runtime Environment (JRE 6+). ThisTime is free software written in Java and released under the GNU GPL license (version 3).
- Single-File Deployment: ThisTime is contained in just a single executable JAR file
- Zero Installation: Just double-click on ThisTime.jar to run
- No Traces Left Behind: ThisTime does not generate logs or modify system files
- Convenient Options: always on top, minimize to tray, show/hide timer buttons, timer alarm, adjustable time zone on each clock, 12/24-hour time format support
- Easy Updates: The latest release of ThisTime is only a mouse-click away
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A Java Runtime Environment (JRE 6+) is required. The latest version of the JRE can be downloaded from http://java.sun.com/j2se.
ThisTime is released with source code under the GNU General Public License (version 3).
ThisTime contains other copyrighted works; information on the respective licenses can be found under About from the program menu.
ThisTime can be downloaded as a single ZIP file with the following contents:
- ThisTime.jar – ThisTime executable JAR file
- icon*.ico – Icon images
- readme.txt – Release notes
- changelog.txt – Change log
- license.txt – License document (GNU GPLv3)
The source files are distributed as a separate download, and is available from the ThisTime project downloads page.
Comments, suggestions, and bug reports are welcomed! Please send any feedback you have about ThisTime to , or visit the ThisTime homepage at http://thistime.sourceforge.net/ to post a message, bug report, or download the latest version of ThisTime.