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For those who want to keep track on time zones.

[Post New]by tazruby2000 on Dec 6, 15 2:24 PM
How To Add Additional Clocks In Vista and Windows 7, 8

Click on current time display icon present on Windows toolbar at the right bottom and click change date and time settings.

Go to the Additional Clocks tab.

You can select one or two additional clocks by checking the boxes beside “Show this clock”. Also select the required time zone from the drop down menu. Click OK button.

Enter display name. You can enter any name but I suggest you to enter name of country or city to avoid any confusion.

Now when you hover your mouse over the current time display icon.

Click on the time icon on the toolbar and you can see all the clocks showing time of different zones.

I used Coordinated Universal Time which is the same time as GMT.

Edited on 12/06/2015 at 7:30:42 PM PST

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Re:For those who want to keep track on time zones.

[Post New]by tazruby2000 on Dec 6, 15 2:27 PM
Add new clocks to the Windows 10

Open the Start Menu and move the mouse cursor to “All Apps” and click again. Under the category “A”, the app Alarms and Clocks should be at the top. All that is required right now is to open it by yet again, clicking on it.

Once the app is opened, you will see four tabs that say, Alarm, World Clock, Time, Stopwatch.

To add a new clock, click on World Clock. Once we get that out of the way, it is now time to click on the + or New link at the bottom right-side corner of the app. Pressing it gives you the ability to add new clocks from different time zones around the world. Just type in the country or city and the app will automatically bring up a list to choose from.

After choosing the correct location, the new timezone will then pop up on a map. It means that if the selected timezone is Seattle, USA, then the time will hover over that section of the map.

Now, if you want to view the new time zones without ever having to launch the Alarms and Clocks app again, you can simply right-click on the required timezone on the app and click, Pin to Start. This pins the new time zones to the Start Menu for easy viewing. It is now just a single click away from knowing the time outside of your own country.

Edited on 12/06/2015 at 7:30:27 PM PST

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