Windows 95, 98, Me, NT 4.0, 2000, or XP.
Place following files and "lang" folder into same folder. If you are using an old version of TClock, exit it before copying.
You can remove tcsntp.exe, tctimer.exe, tcplayer.exe, if you don't use them.
Exit TClock and remove copied files and tclock.ini. If you mind, remove registry key as shown below.
Launch tclock.exe, and then if you find clock text as date, day of the week, and time on system tray of Taskbar, it is running properly.
To exit, click right mouse button on Taskbar clock, and then select "exit TClock" in menu. Taskbar clock back to original status.
TClock modify neither registry nor any other Windows setting to customize Taskbar. TClock only customize Taskbar while running.
Before using TClock, You have to check "Show Clock" in "Taskbar Properties" in advance.
To launch TClock every time Windows startup, create shortcut to tclock.exe in "Startup" folder in Start menu.
In "lang" folder, language files (tclang*.txt, tcmenu*.txt) are put. TClock Light checks language setting of Windows, reads language files, and changes text of menu and dialog. For example, in case of French, tclang-fr.txt and tcmenu-fr.txt are used.
You can move your language files to folder where tclock.exe is.
And you can customize right-click menu of TClock Light by editing tcmenu*.txt.
TClock Light creates tclock.ini automatically, and keeps user setting in it.
TClock creates the following key in registry:
TClock Light uses INI file to keep settings, but creates this key, too.