See the World Time in Windows 10

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Alexander Avdeev, Eng

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Steps

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    The first thing we need to do is click the lower-left corner of the screen to open up the start menu
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    In the start menu, we are looking for "Alarms & Clock"
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    If we don't see Alarms & Clock in the start menu, we can simply click "All apps".
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    Then, we locate and click "Alarms & Clock" to open the application
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    When Alarm & Clock opens, we need to click "World Clock"
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    The local time will be shown.
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    To see something else, we click the plus icon
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    We start to type any place
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    Let's type "washin".
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    We click "Washington, DC, USA"
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    We'll have the time for Washington, DC.
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Categories : Windows

Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Lukward Thomason

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