The first accurate atomic clock was built in 1955. This led to the internationally agreed definition of the second being based on atomic time. The second is currently defined as the duration of 9 192 631 770 periods of the radiation corresponding to the transition between the two hyperfine levels of the caesium atom. Feel the rhythm of the Universe's symphony with the Atomic Clock Screensaver and always know the accurate time.
If you view Atomic Clock Screensaver as merely an interesting way to spruce up your desktop, you won't be disappointed by its lack of standard clock options and unwanted extras.
Watch out during installation; unless you deselect the option, it loads a Congoo NetPass toolbar onto your browser. The screensaver itself is an analog clock with a moving atom at its center surrounded by a sleek, animated background, hence its name. It's almost too busy, as it made us a bit queasy while staring at it.
Unlike comparable screensavers, Atomic Clock Screensaver doesn't offer synchronization or customization options to tweak the clock's appearance and style. The program places additional icons on your desktop, which are links to other clock screensavers on the publisher's site. There are better clock screensavers available, but this little freebie will suffice for any level of user.
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