How to set up multiple time zone clocks
Windows 10 lets you view up to three different time zone clocks — here's how to set up and keep track of even more. In this Windows 10 guide, we'll show how to set up time zone clocks, and also how you can track even more time zones using the Alarms & Clock app.
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If you work with teams that are located in different time zones all over the world, it’s nice to know what the time is in their region. If you’re a long time Windows user, you probably already familiar with adding additional clocks for different time zones. However, if you’re new to Windows or haven’t set this up before, here’s how to add the extra time zone clocks to the system tray.
If you are working with a team across all over the world, having additional clocks right in the system tray clock could be quite beneficial, doesn’t it? Here is how to set it up in Windows 10. Open Settings app, go to Time & Language and Date & Time, scroll down to the bottom and click Add clocks for different time zones.
Windows can display up to three clocks: one for the local time and two additional clocks for the times in other time zones. After you set up additional clocks, you can view them by clicking on or pointing to the taskbar clock. This tutorial will show you how to setup and show up to two additional clocks for your account in Windows 10.
Among the several new features and settings that Windows 10 November Update Version 1511 has introduced, one of them is the ability for a user to set the Time Zone automatically in Windows 10. While you can set the time zone manually here, by using the Time zone drop-down options, you can now instead let Windows 10 do so automatically.
If you have relatives or business in different time zones, then you might like to be updated with the current time in different time zones. In Windows you can easily add additional clocks that will show the time in different time zones. With the introduction of Windows 10, we are now able to use a few more tricks to make it easier to keep up with different time zones.
If you work and talk with people all over the world, it is very useful to add more clocks to the Windows taskbar, so that you can quickly view the time in other parts of the world. Windows lets you add two clocks alongside the clock you have for your local time and adding them is relatively easy. Here’s what to do in order to view the time in other parts of the world, straight from the Windows taskbar:
You probably already noticed that Windows is able to automatically set and change your time, but the ability to automatically change the whole time zone wasn’t included in previous versions of the system. This feature maybe should’ve come earlier, but Microsoft decided to add it now.
A time zone is a region that observes a uniform standard time for legal, commercial, and social purposes. Time zones tend to follow the boundaries of countries and their subdivisions because it is convenient for areas in close commercial or other communication to keep the same time. This tutorial will show you how to restore the default times zones in Windows 10 for when the Change time zone button does not work or you have missing time zones when trying to change the time zone.
One of the helpful new features in the Windows 10 November Update Version 1511 Build 10586 is to make it switch your time zone automatically based on your location. If you travel a lot, this is something you’ll want to set up. Windows has been able to automatically set the time for years but hasn’t been able to change the time zone automatically. You’d think that Windows was capable of this already considering your smartphone and tablet have been doing this since their inception.
It would seem since Windows 10 preview build 10576 I am locked out of my own Date and Time settings. When I open the modern/metro settings app and go to Time & Language I am unable to set any date and time settings because "Some date and time settings are managed by your organization." This would not be a problem, except the auto time zone keeps going back to PST (gr!).
Oddly I can change my timezone just fine in the classic control panel, but it will reset whenever auto time zone decides to refresh. I do not have any group policy settings related to date and time (checked RSOP, plus I am the sole domain admin and no other win10 systems have this issue). Also tried similar articles about changing the feedback settings with no result.