Virtual Time Machine (aka VTM) is designed to provide runtime adjustment of computer clock per application. “Reclocking” of the entire Explorer shell along with all child applications is also supported.
This is how it works:
- Select desired application
- Provide directory (optional) to execute application from
- Enter command line parameters (optional). For example, URL when targeting Web Browser, or a document name to open
- Choose desired time zone
At this point application can be launched directly from VTM via “Run” command or added to “Favorites”, with optional Windows shortcut creation.
Application started through VTM should be aware that the runtime clock is set to the desired time zone. The actual system clock will not be changed.
If you like to test a Web Browser under VTM, try the following link to a digital clock at www.ishadow.com/vtm-demo