GNOME Clocks

GNOME Clocks

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Simple GNOME app with stopwatch, timer, and world clock support

GNOME Clocks is a simple application to show the time and date in multiple locations and set alarms or timers. A stopwatch is also included.

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Last updated
16 March 2020

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Ubuntu 18.04
Ubuntu 19.10
Ubuntu 16.04
Ubuntu 19.04
Ubuntu 18.10
Ubuntu 20.04
Linux Mint 19.3
Ubuntu 17.10
elementary OS 5.1.2
Zorin OS 15
Linux Mint 19.1
KDE Neon 18.04
Zorin OS 12
Ubuntu 17.04
Kali Linux 2020.1
Linux Mint 18.3
Linux Mint 19.2

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