If any of your friends, family or co-workers are staying abroad, then it becomes an extremely challenging task to keep a track of the time. Especially at the professional front, you’ll be required to keep a check on time for official purposes. These include the right time to make a call, send an email, and other related activities. This is where the Windows Taskbar may come in handy. Using the given instructions, you could add and view multiple time zones in the Windows Taskbar. Doing so will definitely save you a lot of time. You no longer have to do a Google search to look up to a particular location’s time. With that said, here are the steps to be followed. Also, refer to these steps to change taskbar transparency on Windows 10.
View Multiple Time Zones in Windows 10
- Right-click on the date and time present at the extreme right of the taskbar.
- Select the Adjust Date/Time option.
- There is another way of doing so. Head over to Settings > Time & Language > Date & Time.
- Once you reach there, head over to the Related Settings and click on Add clocks for different timezones.
- You can now add and subsequently view up to two different time zones in the Windows taskbar. This is apart from the local primary time zone that is shown by default.
- To add a new time zone, tick mark Show this clock option, choose the desired time zone, and click Apply > OK. Similarly do the same for the other time zone, if you wish to view the time of two different places.
- If you want, you could also give these time zones a name. This could be done from the Labels section.
With that, we conclude the guide on how to view multiple time zones in Windows 10. You could now view these times by clicking on the date and time section situated at the extreme right of the taskbar. Or there exists a much shorter way of doing so. This could be done by simply hovering your mouse cursor over that section. Moreover, you could even make the Windows 10 Taskbar fully transparent. Refer to that guide to know more about it.
On Windows 7 & 8.1
However, the steps to do so are slightly different for Windows 7 and 8.1. For the latter two versions of OS, right-click on the taskbar and select the Adjust date/time option. Then go to the Additional Clocks section and the rest of the steps are similar to the one we mentioned in the above section. So these were the steps to view multiple time zones in different versions of Windows. If you still face any doubts related to this guide, do let us know in the comments section below.
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