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Published on 05.10.07 by Brent Trahan

Show Multiple Time Zones in the Windows Vista Clock

Learn how to show up to two additional time zones when you point at or click on the clock in the Windows Vista task bar.


Windows Vista has a nifty feature in its clock that enables you to view up to two additional time zones when you either point at (left image) or click (right image) the clock in the task bar.

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Show Additional Time Zones

  1. Click the clock one time in the task bar and select Change date and time settings.
  2. Click the Additional Clocks tab.
  3. To add an additional clock check it off, choose a time zone, and give it a name.


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