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what instructions are you referring to?
What are the values of the following
two Windows Registry keys?
On 20/06/2019 12:12, Dave Alexander
run a pre release version. The instructions for JTAlert and
WSJT-X tell you if you have the version I have there is no
need to run another time sync program.
am running windows 10 home insider preview evaluation copy
On 20/06/2019 11:30, Dave Alexander wrote:
the way I have the version of Win 10 that does not require
that. It has the better clock in it.
there is no such version of Windows. The Windows Internet Time
sync has been unchanged for several versions, all that has
changed are that the instructions for increasing the accuracy
that only used to only be in the Windows Server documentation
are now listed for the Desktop versions. Unless you have changed
the relevant registry settings to increase the time accuracy you
are still potentially only getting a time correction every 9
hours (2^15 seconds).
IMHO the best way to maintain accurate synchronization to UTC
on Windows is to install a 3rd party tool like the Meinberg NTP
Client and configure it correctly.