If you travel a lot around the world then you know that the world knows many time zones and different time notations. In this tutorial, we will explain how you can set multiple clocks, a maximum of 2 additional clocks, in Windows 10.
This might be handy if you don’t want to change your main clock and only want to temporary see the time in other world time zones.
In this tutorial, we will show you How to Set Multiple Clocks for different time zones in Windows 10
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Let’s begin by adding multiple clocks in Windows 10 shall we?
How to Set Multiple Clocks for different time zones in Windows 10
1. Right-click the Windows icon in your taskbar and choose Control Panel. Alternatively, you can press the Windows + X key at the same time and choose Control Panel.
2. Once Control Panel is being shown click on Clock, Language and Region
3. Once the settings for Clock, Language and Region are being shown click on Add clocks for different time zones.
4. Once Date and Time settings are being shown you can start activating different clocks for different zones and give them names you like as shown below.
That’s all you’ll have to do to activate multiple clocks in Windows 10. You can have a maximum of two additional clocks in Windows 10.
How do I see my additional clocks?
There are two ways of seeing your additional clocks in Windows 10.
1. Hover over your clock with your mouse, all additional clocks and your own will now be shown
2. Click on the clock, you will now see your main clock and all additional clocks on your system.
Thank you for reading this tutorial. If you need more help than feel free to visit our forums where we will be glad to assist you with any question you might have. We hope this tutorial showed you How to Set Multiple Clocks for different time zones in Windows 10.