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What is a good way to display the time in multiple time zones in Windows?

What is a good way to display the time in multiple time zones in Windows?

I've just started on a project which will involve working with people in mulitple time zones.

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Guest [Entry]

If you have Vista (or Windows 7), the built-in clock widget allows you to set a different time zone per instance, and give it a name. So, for example, you could set an instance to Sydney time, and name it "Sydney", and it will show the name on the clock itself.
Guest [Entry]

I've always liked the Kybtec World Clock. It's very customizable.
Guest [Entry]

If you don't mind installing Yahoo Widgets (formerly Konfabulator) then this widget looks pretty sexy:
Guest [Entry]

Windows 7 allows you to add additional clocks to the Date and Time display on the Taskbar.
Guest [Entry]

"Someone pointed me in the direction of NovaClock.

It looks nice, is very customisable and can show multiple time zones.

Unfortunately, on my laptop it crashes whenever I try to load one of my saved customisations. However, I thought I'd post it as this may be useful to someone else."