How to Add Multiple Time Zone Clocks in Windows 7 and Windows 8

Posted by Britt Duncan - September 10, 2014

Some of computer users frequently need to go abroad on business. If their computers can display multiple time zone clocks, they would be able to accurately seize the time to lay out an agenda, which bring many conveniences to the computer users. As far as I know, Windows 7 and 8 can allow us display different clocks on the desktop taskbar. Today, this tutorial will show you how to set it up.
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Move the cursor to the taskbar, and right-click the time on the taskbar, select the Adjust date/time.
adjust date and time

Move to Additional Clocks tab when the Date and Time window opens. Then check the Show this clock box and then choose a time zone from the drop down menu. All time zones are measured and listed relative to UTC/GMT. Once you’ve chosen the proper time zone, you can give each clock a custom name.
date and time

After completion, click Apply > OK, and close the Date and Time window. Now when you click on the taskbar clock, you’ll see the familiar analog clock and calendar, along with the two additional time zone clocks to the right.
additional clocks on taskbar




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