Change Time and Date Windows 7

Edited by Thor, Sid Bedekar, Eng

Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, I am going to show you how to change the time and date on your computer when using Windows 7. I am also going to show you how to add an additional clock to the time and dates area if you need to do this.

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    So, the first thing I am going to do is click in the corner - the bottom right hand corner of the screen where you can see, there is the date and time
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    Double click that.
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    And here we have date and time
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    We are going to go to the option at the bottom, "Change date and time settings..."
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    Click on that.
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    Okay, now here, we have to ability to change the date and the time
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    If for some reason we are out of sync, then we have the ability we can change.
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    Today is the 31st of March 2015
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    We can change that. We can also change the time if we need to do that okay?
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    So, we have change calender settings here where we can change the date into a way that we prefer
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    and the time we can also change if we want to write it in a different way
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    Currency, we can also display here
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    and numbers, we can also change symbols if we need to
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    So, moving back, we can click cancel here
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    And additional clocks
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    Okay, so this is very useful if you are living abroad and you want to remember the time at home or if you are doing business with other countries and it is important for you to know what time it is in another country.
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    So I am going to click Show Clock
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    and I am going to look for the options here
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    Here we have UTC here, which is Dublin Greenwich Mean time, Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon and London. If we go up, we can find times to the left of the map - countries to the left of the map and if we go down we can find countries to the right of the map from using London as the zero, not plus or minus in time definition.
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    So, I would like to find someone in Baku
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    Four hours. Plus four hours. Four hours ahead as is Tbilisi, Yerevan.
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    So if I click on Tbilisi, because it may be useful for me
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    I am going to enter clock name and put "Tbilisi" okay, and then click "Apply"
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    Click "OK".
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    Now if we hover over the time and date box, we can see there are two, two times have appeared
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    There we have local time and Tbilisi time. Okay, so local time.
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    Now, in England, it is 2:49, 14:49 and Tbilisi it is 17:49
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    okay?
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    So this has been a video on how to change the time and date on your computer when using Windows 7
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    If you have any questions or suggestions then please leave them here in the section below. You have been watching VisiHow.
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Recent edits by: Sid Bedekar, Thor

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