Atomic Alarm Clock is an application that comes to replace the standard Windows clock and offers users a bunch of extra utilities not yet available in Microsoft's operating system.
The System Tray clock is highly customization, but the most important thing is probably the fact that it supports skins, with more than 130 themes included in the package.
Since it's a timer, the utility also allows you to set up alarms and can also schedule various actions to be performed at the user defined time, such as rebooting, shutting down or hibernating the computer.
As said, the program is fully customizable, so you can show date or not, show the day of the week, show seconds, use 12 hour format, use transparent background, make the taskbar transparent, show the system uptime, the percent of memory in use and much more.
In addition, you can set the app to run on Windows startup, keep it always on top, but also enable the blinking time separator.
Not only that it speaks the time, but Atomic Alarm Clock enables you to set up alarms to occur once, hourly, daily, weekly, monthly or even annually, with a wide array of actions to be performed.
The skins can be easily changed from the settings menu and, in case you don't like the ones included in the standard package, you can also download more from the Internet.
The good side about Atomic Alarm Clock is probably the fact that it replaces the Windows clock altogether.
All in all, Atomic Alarm Clock is a nice tool and if you ignore the price, it's one of the apps to be installed on every machine out there.