These fine shareware and/or freeware sites list TClockEx in their archives. WinFiles.com is first because they were nice enough to give TClockEx the prestigious award, one of nine chosen. The others are in no particular order. Some of these links are quite old and may not exist any more.
Also in that list, though lacking a pretty button for now, is ZDNet, which has given me nice reviews and lots of referrals.
There are a few other sites on which TClockEx is listed, which didn't provide nice link buttons or very clear linking instructions, so they lose out. Sorry. If you run a freeware/shareware site of your own, I'm very happy to have TClockEx (or any of my other programs) listed on it, but please don't ask me to fill out submission forms myself. I receive numerous requests but I just don't have the time.
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