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Sync System Clock with Internet Time [How To]

Posted by Rich On January - 15 - 2009

Starting with Windows Vista and on through Windows 7 and 8, you can synchronize your clock with an internet-based server. This will ensure your computer time is always correct. Having the correct time is essential, especially when you want to search for files modified on a specified date; if the date is incorrect, you will have trouble finding your files.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to sync your clock’s time with’s time. This guide also applies to Windows Vista.

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