Free Planetary Hours Software for Windows
ChronosXP is a free planetary hours program for Windows. It runs from the system tray where
it displays a glyph corresponding to the current planetary hour. If you double-click on the
glyph, a calendar window opens up where you can see planetary hour times for any given day
or location. ChronosXP currently supports the English, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, French and Portuguese languages.
- Windows XP or Higher
- Pentium 1GHz, Athlon 1000 or faster CPU recommended, but not required.
Thank you the Kythera Ann of Crystal Cloud Graphics for our beautiful 3-D silver glyphs.
As a result of a petition by the developers of ChronosXP,
I Ching and
Maitreyas Dream, SourceForge has created a "New Age" Trove topic under "Religion and Philosophy." You can view the projects listed under this topic at
Contribute to the ChronosXP Project
- If you are a C# programmer and would like to contribute code, take a
The ChronosXP Project page.
- Robert Misiak, the primary developer of ChronosXP, has taken certain
preliminary steps in making the source code Mono-compatible. The
project as a whole does not have any intentions of porting the
System.Windows.Forms to Gtk#, but rather would like to support Mono on OS'es
which support System.Windows.Forms, like Linux. If you are a Mono
developer, more contributions in this area would be appreciated.
Currently there hasn't been much success in using ChronosXP with Mono, but
hypothetically it should be a realistic goal (even if only in standalone
- ChronosXP supports only English, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, French, & Italian - but we'd love to see more
languages added to this list! Please see the page written about
translating ChronosXP to your
- An original article about the planetary hours and their history (for the
website) would be welcome.
- If you are skilled at web design and would like to redesign this web
page, we'd like that too!
- Email at the address below if you are able to contribute!
If you have any feedback, need to report a bug, or would like to request a
new feature, please see the
ChronosXP Project or email email@example.com.
Page last updated: April 8, 2009