Time Change March 2010? Use An Atomic Clock To Find Current Time
Daylight Savings Time 2010 Got You a Little Confused? Thankfully, There are Plenty of Sites That Can Help You Find The Correct Time After Time Change 2010
Thanks to Daylight Savings Time 2010, some of you may be getting up this morning and asking the simple question: What time is it? For Daylight Savings 2010, we move the clocks ahead by one hour at 2AM Sunday morning.
What time is it now
Usually, it's pretty easy to get an answer. Nowadays most computers automatically adjust for Daylight Savings time, but there are other pieces of technology that require you to manually adjust the time.
The easiest way to find out the exact time in your area is with the World Clock website, which gives you the current time for every time zone in the world.
Atomic Clocks Can Help Find Current Time
Of course, you may not just want to adjust for Daylight Savings time. Since clocks often run slow or fast, it might be worth it to adjust your clocks a few minutes ahead or behind. If you want to get a more accurate time, you may want to check out an atomic clock, a device that uses an atomic resonance frequency to keep time.
Atomic clocks are the most accurate clocks in the world. The US official time site gives the official time via an atomic clock. Unfortunately, the US official time site may be running a little slow today due to people wondering what time it is.
There are programs that can help you track time with an atomic clock. Atomic Clock Sync is a download that claims to adjust the time on your PC by frequently checking in with an atomic clock server. Like any program available on the web, be sure to do your homework before downloading.