To learn TimesOwn, go through the following exercise.
TimesOwn and TimesOwn Pro: 1. Press Alt+G 3 times and watch the groups change. 2. Press Alt+Z and then Alt+Down Arrow 3. Press Alt+U, then Alt+Z and Alt+Down Arrow. Observe the Format changes. Repeat this 3 times. 4. Click the Tools menu, select “Hot Key” and select Ctrl+Alt+T from the list. Select 5. Press Alt+Y to reduce TimesOwn to the System Tray Icon. 6. Right Click the TimesOwn System Tray Icon and note the options. 7. Left Click the TimesOwn System Tray Icon and note the TimesOwn window is re-displayed. 8. Again press Alt+Y to reduce TimesOwn to the System Tray Icon. 9. Now press in combination Ctrl+Alt+T and observe TimesOwn return to your screen, for easy keyboard access. Press repeatedly for easy keyboard control. 10. Type Alt+U until the control displays “TZ | Region | UTC” 11. Type N E W. Note New York should be displayed. 12. Type Alt+A. Note New York is appended to the Times Zone List. 13. Drag the blue Drag Icon down over the list and note New York is again added to the list, this time where you choose to drop it. 14. Drag the last added New York to the top of the list. 15. Click the same New York row again. Note the name New York may now be edited. Type adding something like “– Sarah” to see the result. 16. Click the Time Zone column heading and watch the columns sort alphabetically 17. Click the Time column heading and watch the columns sort by Time / Date 18. Hover with the mouse over each field and note the Hover tips shown. 19. Click Tools Menu, “Auto Start” to enable automatic TimesOwn start up, when logging on to your computer. 20. Click Tools, “Start in System Tray” to have TimesOwn available one click away from the System Tray. 21. Click Tools Menu, “Hot Keys…” and tick the box to the left of “TimesOwn”. Click on the white box to the right of TimesOwn and simultaneously press the Ctrl – Alt – T keys. This will select this key combination for rapid access to toggle displaying and hiding TimesOwn from and to the System Tray. 22. Click Alt+L to change into Lookup Mode. 23. Type Alt+T and select a time either by typing numbers or by using the up and down arrows. Observe the changes in the Time Zones listed as you do this. 24. Type Alt+D and select up arrow. Observe the changes in the Time Zones listed as you do this. 25. Drag a Time Zone from the list to the Drag icon and watch the Reference Time Zone change to this one and the Time Zone List reflect the new Time Zone. 26. Enter 02:00am, Sunday 3rd October 2004. Note the Status control is now yellow, indicating this is a transitional time where Daylight saving is coming into effect.