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Build Live Tile Showing Time and Date For Your Windows 8 Start Screen

The new Start Screen and its large colorful live tiles is the most attractive part of Windows 8. The Start Screen can be customized in many ways. If you like to add a live tile with date and time on your Windows 8’s Start Screen, Custom Clock Tile app lets you design attractive live tile with colorful backgrounds and fonts.

An added advantage of this Windows 8 app is that it is extremely simple to use. With just a few clicks or taps, you can make an attractive live tile showing time and date.

 After installation, click the app tile choose font and background color and click “Build Tile”. The time and date format would be the same to the system.

Custom Clock Tile is a free app and supports all editions of Windows 8 (both 32-bit and 64-bit systems) as well as Windows RT tablet. To install Custom Clock Tile, click here and open the product page in your browser.


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