This Clock icon is a responsive icon. This means that it's optimized for four resolutions, from tiny 16x16 until highly detailed 80x80. The style comes from the latest Microsoft Office, which makes it perfect for any Windows applications, in particular, those with ribbon toolbar control. Unlike other icon packs that have merely hundreds of icons, this monster icon pack contains 15,500 icons, all in the same style and quality.
This is a very simple representation of a wall clock. It's made up of a circle with a black dot in the center. The hands are composed of two lines of different shapes. The long hand points up noon and the small hand points at eight.
Time is precious. That's why we love to waste it, using our sweet time to get to work, to go on vacation—on a work-week, and, finally, to give it, allowing other people to do the same thing—that's what jobs are for. But we never like to spend time, because doing so leaves us with nothing to waste later. That is why we make the free downloadable icon "clock" available, to help you take, give and waste time wisely, wherever you decide to use it!
Evolution of the clock icon
Ever since the first modern computer was developed, the manufacturers gave one of the most basic functional icons: the clock. The clock was very useful, especially if you consider the fact that the first computers were used for anything but entertainment. Back in the 80s, computers were very basic. They ran on an MSDos format which displayed the time, but in a digital formal, not with icons. Computer icons first came into existence with the advent of Windows 1.0x in November 20, 1985. The clock icon has always been very useful during work. The operators could keep track of time easily.
The first clock image was very simple. Windows 1.0x sported an analog clock picture which was professional enough. Though simple, it did its job.
In the Windows 2 series, the clock icon was more compact.
Windows 3 saw a more sophisticated interface. Additionally, this version clearly indicated choices to minimize and maximize the Clock tab.
The OS/2 which was developed by IBM in 1987 had the very first 3D operating interface. Its system clock icon reflected it well.
With the advent of Windows 95 in 1987, many icons were developed which we know even now. Most icons we use were from this time period.
In Window 10, its latest version marketed, the clock icon has reached its greatest level of perfection, beauty and utility.