windowstimestamp.com is edited by Arno Lentfer, a freelance hard- and software designer. Arno Lentfer has been designing hardware for many years. For about the past decade Arno Lentfer has also been looking into software to find solutions for specific problems. One of these problems is the often mentioned inaccurate timekeeping on Windows. Windowstimestamp.com presents questions and answers related to this topic.
A lot to read but a little to find when it comes to the question: How accurate is the timekeeping on Windows? "Windows is not a real-time operating system" is often considered as an acceptable reason why accurate timing on Windows is not feasible. But Windows offers a lot of functionality regarding this matter. The time is ripe to disclose the known features and to bundle them into a suite of high accuracy and high resolution time functions.
windowstimestamp.com was created to share this knowledge with a wider community dealing with Windows and time.
Note: Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. The Windows Timestamp Project is an independent publication and is not affiliated with, nor has it been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation.