Have Multiple Clocks on the Desktop

If you work with people in other time zones, and you’d like to see what time it is there at a glance, here’s how to add multiple clocks to your Windows desktop!

Have Multiple Clocks on the Desktop
Illustration: Gordon McAlpin
  • Click the clock in the lower right of your screen and click Change Date and Time Settings…
  • Click the Additional Clocks tab
  • Select Show This Clock and choose up to two other time zones. Be sure and specify what they are in the Enter Display Name: box. Then click OK.

Now, hove the mouse over the clock, and it’ll show each of the additional clocks you’ve selected. Or, click on the clock to see a full-sized clock face for each one. Great!

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