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hey all, i was wondering if anyone knows a way to manipulate the time on your pc. I mean like making it run slower, that for example 1 second lasts 5 seconds or the opposite, making the time fly... by making 5 seconds pass in only a few milliseconds...

This would be a great help to me.. thanks in advance

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Well every second you could change the time 5 second ahead.... and every 5 second you could turn it 4 seconds back.... But really why would you do that...


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no.. i dont think that will work... why i want it? it can be used for so many things.. extending trial periods without doing anything illegal, fooling games in which time decides your score.. etc..

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... dont be sure about the trial (a lot is using the net to check the time)... and no you cant just slow down the time function :whistle:


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

and no you cant just slow down the time function :whistle:

Oh, but you can. :P Grab a copy of Auto3Lib and run this:

#include <A3LTime.au3>

; Pop open the clock so we can watch
Run("RunDll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL timedate.cpl")
_Lib_WinWaitActive("Date and Time Properties")

; Get current time adjustments
$aInfo = _Time_GetSystemTimeAdjustment()

; Slow down clock
_Time_SetSystemTimeAdjustment($aInfo[1] / 10, False)
Sleep(5000)

; Speed up clock
_Time_SetSystemTimeAdjustment($aInfo[1] * 10, False)
Sleep(5000)

; Reset time adjustment
_Time_SetSystemTimeAdjustment($aInfo[1], True)
Edited by PaulIA

Auto3Lib: A library of over 1200 functions for AutoIt

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