Desktop Clocks

I just bought a new laptop with Windows 7/64-bit. The clock in the lower right-hand corner is too small for me to see properly, so I am looking for a desktop clock to put in its place. On my old laptop (with Windows Vista) I had a desktop clock called "Free Desktop Clock" that was exactly what I wanted. Unfortunately, this program has compatibility issues with my Windows 7, so I can't use it. Can anyone here please recommend a desktop clock program that goes in the lower right-hand corner of the desktop screen?

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Desktop Clock

In the start menu, choose "desktop gadget gallery", select 'clock', and slide it down to the lower right corner.

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Google for "Win 7 gadgets" and apply what pleases you. If you have already disabled "gadgets" re-enable and that alone should pop-up a large clock.

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Tried that

Unfortunately, dragging down a clock gadget from the Windows Live gallery doesn't work -- it goes behind the present clock there. Any other suggestions?

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I, too, was used to the clock gadget in Vista. What I have done to my satisfaction is to leave the large clock in the upper right corner of the desktop. I can then click on the dektop icon on the taskbar and see the time then click it again and be back to where I was working.

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