Nowadays, microsecond resolution time services are more often asked for than ever before. Be it for network logging or fair network event handling, be it for high speed trading or hardware control, the time has come to evaluate the opportunities Windows offers to implement high resolution and high accuracy time functions.
Recent developements allow to synchronize to a cluster of NTP servers at very high precision. Typical remaining local clock offsets are in the range of a few 10 microseconds only. See details described on the "News" page.
windowstimestamp.com has been set up to broaden the knowledge about these topics and to develop/release software tools to conquer the Windows microsecond range.A pdf version of "Microsecond Resolution Time Services for Windows" can be downloaded here. A pdf version of "Part II: Adjustment of System Time" can be downloaded here.
Latest version:   2018-03-28: Version 3.00 release [Build 0300]
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