Change the Date and Time Format in Windows 10

Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, Eng

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    The first thing that we need to do is move the mouse cursor to the lower-left hand corner of the screen and click there
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    Then, we click "Settings"
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    From "Settings", we need to click "Time & language"
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    Now, we need to scroll all the way down to find "Formats"
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    To change the time format, we need to click "Change date and time formats"
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    Now, we can click the drop-down menus and select the formats
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    For example, the first day of the week is set to Monday in this video. We can set it to Sunday by clicking "Monday" and then clicking "Sunday".
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    We can do the same operation with "Short date", "Long date", "Short time", and "Long time"
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    Once we have set everything according to our preference, we can close the "Settings" window
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Recent edits by: VisiHow, Lukward Thomason

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