The desktop clock hardly loads the system and has been developed very system-gentle.
Here in the Windows Task Manager, you can see the low system resource consumption, especially if you can not show the second hand, this is at zero % and the memory consumption at just 3.5 MB.
In general, other desktop clocks are between 10-100 megabytes.
If you do not like the digital desktop clock you can test the following watches:
Regardless of which versions of Microsoft Windows operating systems apply to the desktop clock, the system resources used are the same, and also it does not matter whether it's a Windows desktop, tablet, Surface Pro / Go, or desktop clock Digital even on a server operating system is used. The desktop clock was tested on various MS systems and successfully verified.
FAQ 3: Updated on: 28 August 2019 12:46