Have you ever wanted to add another time zone to your windows clock? Are you searching for a simple way to add multiple time zones on your Windows clock? If yes is your answer for both of these questions, then your search ends here. In this post, I am going to explain how to add multiple time zones to your clock on Windows.
Windows by default allow you to set your local time, but it also has an additional feature for adding two more time zones to the native clock without having to download any third-party software. It is a little-known feature of Windows and the added time zones will be displayed in the System tray. Let us discuss the steps in detail here.
Steps To Add Multiple Time Zones To Your Clock On Windows:
Step 1: To get started, first you need to open the clock settings on your Windows PC. To do that, right click on the Clock Taskbar and select Adjust Date/Time from the context menu.
Alternatively, you can also click on the clock taskbar and select Change date and time settings link.
Step 2: Now the Date and Time properties window will open up as shown below.
Note: For this tutorial purpose, I am using Windows 7 PC.
Step 3: Navigate to the Additional Clocks (the second tab) from the top, and tick the checkbox named Show this clock.
Step 4: Under Select Time Zone drop-down, select your desired time zone from the list.
Step 5: Next, in the Enter display name text box enter a name for the time zone for quick and easy reference and click Apply. Finally click OK.
Note: You can also add another time zone by repeating the same steps given above. But you can only add up to two time zones other than the native local time zone.
Step 6: Click “Ok” and close the Date and Time properties window to apply the changes.
That’s it. You have now successfully added additional time zones to your clock on Windows. This method will work on all versions of Windows like Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows XP, etc.
If you encounter any issues while following this tutorial, do let me know using the comments section below.