program is part of the Q++ Freeware Collection, a
series of date and calendar-related programs which have been
extracted from the various modules of Q++ Studio and are
offered to the general public as freeware.
If you have any question about the freeware on this page, or any other page of
this website, please don't hesitate to contact us.
The Q++ World Clocks Desktop Wallpaper
(November 29, 2009)
Displays a discreet yet
sophisticated world map showing the local time in a selection of 55, user
customizable, cities from a built-in list of over 3500 cities. Automatically
calculates summer time changes, and times relative to your current location.
Also shows which cities are in in darkness, or daylight or twilight. Automatically adjusts to your screen resolution.
Works with Windows 2000 Professional,
Windows XP Professional, but does not work under
Windows Vista or Windows 7 or Windows 8.
(February 2011) The site
timeanddate.com (not related to qppstudio.net) has released an iPhone app
which shows the night and day curve across the world on your iPhone (for
more details see this iApp page at
Version 1.6: (November 2009) Fixes some oddities when users are
located in a half-hour timezone (such as India) and updates the timezone
offset of Newfoundland.
Version 1.5: (October 2008) Updated to better handle extra-wide,
Version 1.3: (July 2006) Features a set of new, snazzier, graphics, thanks to Kimmo Karvinen of the Ajasto Diary Group.
Version 1.0: (November 2005).
Don't forget also to visit our Worldwide listing of bank holidays,
legal holidays and public holidays, a
detailed and regularly revised list of bank holidays, public holidays and
for all 195 countries of the
and all 48 semi-autonomous territories of the world,
including all the complex and hard to get holidays (Jewish, Muslim, Chinese,
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to all the above referenced software and information.