1. Open up the file and extract it to a folder of your choosing. The folder should look like
2. Chrono Clock has two separate files, depending on what your computer can run. First off, to find out if you have a 32bit or 64bit computer:
- If you have Windows 10 or 8, you can go to Control Panel -> System and Security (or System if you're set to Large.Small Icons) -> System, and click 'View Basic Information about your computer'. The type will tell what it is
- If you have Windows 7: Control Panel -> System and Security (or System if you're set to Large.Small Icons) -> System, and look for System Type. It'll report the type. (NB: If it is Windows 7 Starter Edition, you can just avoid all of this. It's 32 bit.)
- If you have Windows Vista - same as the above, except you click on System and Maintenance
- If you have Windows XP, unless it's x64 edition, it's 32bit.
3. If you have a 32bit computer, run cmvs32.exe . If you have a 64bit computer, run cmvs64.exe