WorldClock.Net Description
WorldClock.Net is a completely new implementation of WorldClock based on the .Net platform. Although similar in nature to the original WorldClock, it takes a very different user interface approach; instead of the orignal small map display as its main presentation, WorldClock.Net starts with a full-screen map of the world as you can see below: has most of the functionality of the original WorldClock with the exception of the desktop wallpaper features. The following list summarizes the important differences between the two applications:


  • WorldClock.Net has had a complete UI overhaul and has moved to the .Net platform
  • Full screen display support (Ctrl-F to toggle)
  • Startup option: Start program in normal, maximized, or full-screen mode
  • Display 10-day forecast by double-clicking on the weather panel
  • Display detailed location information by double-clicking on location's time panel
  • Hovering mouse over holiday date in calendar panel will display holiday information
  • Time panel positions can be relocated with a simple mouse click-and-drag operation
  • New event/schedule/agenda panel tied to your Google or Office 365 calendar
  • Alarms are active and trigger even if WorldClock.Net is not running
  • All wallpaper features
  • Four and six month calendar displays
  • Calendar View with marked days/reminders
  • Automatic TimeSync
  • Day/Night view (no longer necessary)
  • Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, or 10.
    Please note that WorldClock.Net is not compatible with Windows XP or earlier.
  • Microsoft .Net Framework 4.5. Note that if you are using Windows version 8 or higher, .Net 4.5 is already installed on your system. If you're using Windows Vista or Windows 7, you can download the .Net 4.5 Framework installer from the link below:

 WorldClock.Net Preferences
Like WorldClock before it, WorldClock.Net is highly customizable.

As you can see above, with the exception of the desktop wallpaper features, most of the preferences are identical to the original WorldClock Preferences. The only difference is a new tab named Schedule.

On this tab you can configure a link between WorldClock.Net and your calendar. WorldClock.Net support linking to either a Google calendar or an Office 365 calendar. Note that local Outlook calendars are not supported, only Office 365 cloud-based calendars.

Once your link is established (this authenticates and gives permission to WorldClock.Net to access your calendar information) you can view your upcoming schedule in an information panel on the main display (see the bottom-left corner of the main screenshot above).

 WorldClock.Net Features
Main Menu

Extended Weather Forecast

Time Sync


Multiple Clocks

Detailed Location Information

Keyboard/Mouse Help

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