Time and Date (TAD) is yet another DOS clock utility. The time can be set from the command line or from the real-time clock (RTC). It is also possible to change the system time, but keep the RTC as it is (and vice versa). The time can be displayed in any format. Calculations involving times, dates and duration can be performed. In addition, it provides an offline, non-resident solution to counter RTC drift. (View the PAD file.)
Time and Date 2.10 (112k, includes C (Borland/LCC-Win32) source and partial German version).
23 October, 2004.