Add Additional Clocks to Windows 7

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Ron Cruz, Dougie

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Steps

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    Open the start menu by clicking on the Windows logo located on the bottom left corner of the screen
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    Click on Control Panel
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    Find and click Clock, Language and Region
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    Click on Date and Time
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    Click on the Additional Clocks tab to add more clocks
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    Click on the box next to "Show this clock" to add an additional clock
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    You can only add 2 additional clocks.
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    Once you tick the "Show this clock" box, choose the time zone you want the clock to be in
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    You also have the option to name your additional clock under the option "Enter display name."
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    Once you are finished setting up your additional clocks, click OK to apply the changes
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    Press the time on the bottom right-hand corner of the screen
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    This will bring up your additional clocks.
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to set additional clocks on Windows 7
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Categories : Windows

Recent edits by: Ron Cruz, Lukward Thomason

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