Set Multiple Clocks on Windows System Tray Area

If you have a family located in two different countries or you have your partner working at some other country and if you are too lazy to calculate what’s the time in Washington, United States, this guide is for you to setup two clocks on your PC. The one clock will show your local time and other clock will show other time which you have set.

Adding Multiple Clocks in Windows 7
Here is the step-by-step tutorial on how to add multiple clocks in Windows 7 –

  • Right click on the Clock that you see in the Windows Taskbar and select ‘Adjust Date/Time’.Windows 7 Clock Settings
  • Now navigate to Additional Clocks and select the other clock with time zone settings. You can also name the clock in easy remembrance like for clock of US, you can US Time or UK Time which is as you wish. You can add a total of two additional clocks apart from your main clock.Windows 7 Clock
  • Press OK to save your settings.
  • Now to see click on the clock which is visible to you on your desktop. And this is what you get for your clock settings.Many Clocks in Windows 7

Usefulness of this Feature

This feature is first available in Windows 7 edition and allows you to add up to 2 additional clocks for other countries world time to displayed. This option is not available in Windows XP.

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