From the Info-Mac abstract file: Vremya is a simple freeware Network Time Protocol client for Macintosh. It is small application that allows various degrees of automation from none to waiting for MacTCP to be opened, setting the clock and then quitting. Because it is an application, it uses no system memory and causes no INIT conflicts. Version 2.0.2 adds source code to the download and places the application in the public domain; version 2.0.1 fixed a minor balloon help problem.
"Vremya is a great little app! Since I connect via PPP, timed control panels can be really messy; I just set Vremya to auto-launch when my PPP connection starts up, it sets my clock, and quits!"
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