Easily Convert Time According To Different Zones

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As you all know that nowadays the world is considered as the global village, and it is common to deal with friends, people, organizations, etc who are located in different parts of the world. Therefore it is necessary to communicate and schedule appointments with respect to the local time of your counterparts and it is often a botheration to calculate the time difference accurately, Time Zone Calculator is a tool which takes care of this for you.

This post has been updated to let you know that Time Zone Calculator also supports Windows 8. The article was updated on April 3, 2012.

It offers a simple and self-explanatory interface, just select the base time zone and a remote location(there is no button needed to be pressed), once you have chosen the base and remote time, it will instantly calculate the time  according to the remote location. It also offers two buttons that let you use noon and midnight as the reference time which can give you a quick idea about the time in a different location relative to the main points of the day.

Time Zone Calculator

Download Time Zone Calculator

It works flawlessly on all versions of Microsoft Windows, we tested it successfully on Windows 7 and Windows 8 as well. Enjoy!

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  • Gregg DesElms

    Nice…

    …but all one has to do to see what time it is ANYWHERE on the planet is type…

    time [location]

    …into the Google search box, such as…

    time manila

    …to learn what time it is at that very moment in Manila, Philippines. Or…

    time berlin

    …to learn what time it is at that very moment in Berlin, Garmany.

    Etc.

    Having used desktop computers for over 30 years, I naturally tend to prefer desktop apps for things. But as it becomes easier and easier to always somehow be connected to the Internet wherever my laptop computer happens to be, I’ve learned to go ahead and allow myself to rely on certain web-based tools. For telling time in far away places, I’ve learned to just rely on Google.

    Still, this app is nice, don’t get me wrong.

    Hope that helps.

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    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

  • Gregg DesElms

    Oops. I earlier wrote…

    “at that very moment in Berlin, Garmany”

    …when I meant “Germany.” Typo. Sorry.

    _______________________________________
    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

  • Venessa Perez

    True, Google does make it easy to see the time anywhere in the world but you’re out of luck if you are working with a team in multiple parts of the world. Planning meetings and coordinating events can be challenging and software like the one mentioned above can be invaluable! I would also humbly suggest http://www.abouttime.zone/time-zone-converter.html (full disclosure, this is my app)