[ntp:questions] What is the best program for Windows XP?

Jason Rabel jason at extremeoverclocking.com
Fri Jun 22 14:57:30 UTC 2007

About the only way to burden the pool would be to intentionally abuse a
client via some other means. ;)

I like to use Meinberg's NTP build for Windows. The installer will disable
the windows w32time service for you, and they have a GUI monitoring client
you can also DL and run to help configure NTP and monitor its performance.


> I want to synchonize my PC clock to pool.ntp.org under Windows XP.
> I don't need extreme accuracy; within a tenth of a second is plenty
> good enough.  If possible, I would like the software to calculate 
> the fixed drift of my PC clock and do periodic updates without
> putting any un-necessary burden on pool.ntp.org.  Most of all, I 
> want the software to be reliable.  Suggestions?

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