Sep 28.2020Version: 4.7.8+
A utility designed specifically for displaying time on the desktop and offering a wide range of customization options by additionally adding plugins.
Digital Clock for Linux was reviewed by Anca Hutu
Operating systems have a clock built into the system tray by default, but if you want a larger, more beautiful, and fully customizable clock, I suggest you download Digital Clock for Linux.
Digital Clock for Linux is a free and open source utility that allows you to display time on the desktop and comes with many plugins that allow you to add additional functions to your watch.
Digital Clock for Linux is placed discreetly in the notification area and by clicking on the utility icon you can access the settings and customize the clock display. From the Digital Clock for Linux settings, you can choose a skin for the watch, adjust its opacity, background color, watch color, texture or even zoom level. You can also choose to always display the clock in the foreground.
Digital Clock for Linux allows you to enable additional plugins to display information on your desktop, such as your IP address or calendar.
In conclusion, Digital Clock for Linux gives you a fun way with many configuration options to keep time on your desktop.
$ cd DigitalClock4
* Signals (alarm + every hour signal)
* Any clock color
* Texture instead of color
* Multilanguage support
* Retina (HiDPI) display ready
* Multiple monitors support
* Autostart with system boot
+ Digital Clock for Linux has been in our software catalog since Feb 14.2020.
+ The current version is 4.7.8+ updated to Sep 28.2020.
The best clock I ever seen
LIAN54 Add comment
Very handy clock (well, the best I found) with great rendering. I would have paid for it because its so handy. I use it mainly as a clock but its a beautiful clock. Too bad development is stopping and I thank the developer for sharing is work.