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How to Change Date and Time in Windows 7

Date and Time allows you to change the Date and time, Time Zone. It also allows you to set two additional time clocks. You can also synchronize the time with an Internet Time Server.

Let's see how to set Date and Time in Windows 7:

1. Click on the Date and Time on the extreme right of the task bar. Click Change Date and Time settings.



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Click the Start and then choose the Control Panel option.




The Control Panel window opens up. Click Date and Time.



2. The Date and Time popup window opens up as below.



3. Click Change Date and Time button to change the date and time settings.



Select the date (Eg. 1, Feb 2009) from the calender and change the time. Click Ok.

4. Click on Additional Clocks Tab. Additional clocks allows you to show other time zones. You can view them by clicking on the taskbar time.



Select Time Zones and type Display names for the clocks. Click Apply and Ok.

5. Click Time Zone tab to synchronize the time with the online server.



Click Change Settings. Check Synchronize with an Internet Time Server. Choose the server and click Update Now and then click Ok.


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