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This extremely bare-bones utility simply shows you the time in one global location of your choice. Choosing a time zone could be easier, as the drop-down menu on the application’s Control Panel simply lists numbers such as 2 or-18 rather than official time zone names, although you can access an online map for more assistance. The tiny icon that sits in your system tray shows only one number; for example if the time in London is 8:19 p.m., the app just displays any city name you might have entered. Unfortunately, you can’t run multiple clocks at once, and you can only customize InstantTimeZone’s appearance by choosing from one of three colors. Although it is totally free, this program’s limitations will likely restrict it to only the most nondemanding home users.