Digital Live Tile Clock for Windows 10/8.1 is a small software application designed specifically for Windows 8 users in order to help them create a digital clock that can be applied as a live tile on their Start Screen.
You are welcomed by a clean feature lineup that offers support for several dedicated parameters that help you shape up the looks of the clock. Everything is kept as simple and clear as possible, so even less experienced users can learn to master the entire process in no time.
Digital Live Tile Clock for Windows 8 gives you the possibility to alter the layout of the clock by selecting the color from several preset options (e.g. orange, green, red, white, backlight off), adjusting the time format, as well as changing the font (e.g. Modern, Scientific, Optical, Enterprise, Home, Linear).
What’s more, you are allowed to reveal or conceal the clock segments, opt for rounded corners, enable the glass effect, adjust the dimmer pretty easily, thanks to the built-in slider, as well as choose between different types of lines or dots that are displayed on the background image of the clock.
Last but not least, you can pin the generated tile to the Start Screen by specifying the name and selecting the time zone. You may adjust its size directly from the Start Screen by performing a right-click mouse operation on the live tile and picking the desired size (small, medium, wide, or large).
To sum things up, Digital Live Tile Clock for Windows 10/8.1 offers a simple yet efficient software solution for helping you embed in your Start Screen a live tile displaying an analogue clock, and is suitable for all types of users, regardless of their experience level.
Macintosh model with a 64 MB or greater Mac OS X compatible computer. If you have an older computer you may be limited to a slower data transfer rate.
USB or Firewire Firewire 800/Firewire 800i. Some Firewire 800 cards will work in the Firewire 800i ports of older models. It is not recommended to use Firewire 400 cards.
A monitor capable of displaying 640 x 480 pixel resolution
Satellite TV service including HughesNet, Comcel, and Tandberg with Avermedia Digibox