ClockWatch Wins High Marks in PC Computing

Minneapolis, February 13, 1998--

Beagle Software's ClockWatch was featured in PC Computing's influential Pulse: NT Update. Columnist Ed Bott noted:

"PC clocks drift over time, and even a few seconds a day can add up to problems if you depend on an NT server to keep a far-flung network in sync. ... ClockWatch handles the details automatically ... by tapping into the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Highly recommended"

ClockWatch provides a fast and easy way to synchronize a computer system's clock over the Internet. Settings can be made manually or automatically based on need. Graphs provide a historical view of the accuracy of the clock over time.

ClockWatch is distributed exclusively over the Internet, and is available for a free trial, by downloading from the Beagle Software web site: . Available for both Windows NT and Windows 95.

Beagle Software, located in Minneapolis MN, designs and distributes Windows-based utilities that bring the power of the Internet to the desktop of the user.

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