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Ever wanted to see, at a glance, what time it is in say… London or even Nuku’alofa? With Windows Vista you can.

This guide will show you how to add up to two extra clocks with Windows Vista without adding any extra software.


First, click the clock…

vista clocks

Second, click on “Change date and time settings…” and then click the “Additional Clocks” tab.

vista clocks

  • Check the “Show this clock” button.
  • Select the time zone you want to see a clock for.
  • Give the clock a name.
  • Press “OK

Now you can see, at a glance, the time around the world.



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24 thoughts on “Add Up to Two Extra Clocks in Windows Vista”

  1. J Ruel says:

    how easy was that to follow
    thanks man

  2. J Ruel says:

    how easy was that to follow
    thanks man

  3. J Ruel says:

    how easy was that to follow
    thanks man

  4. terry L says:

    thank you rich

  5. terry L says:

    thank you rich

  6. Rich says:

    J & Terry – You’re welcome :)

  7. Rich says:

    J & Terry – You’re welcome :)

  8. Rich says:

    J & Terry – You’re welcome :)

  9. Alleluia says:

    Hi Rich,
    I wanted to change the default clock so that it shows hour, minute, and
    second hands. Can this be done?? Many thanks

    Steve

  10. Alleluia says:

    Hi Rich,
    I wanted to change the default clock so that it shows hour, minute, and
    second hands. Can this be done?? Many thanks

    Steve

    1. Rich says:

      The only way I know is with this product: http://www.drive-software.com/atomicalarmclock.html but it costs $30

  11. Alleluia says:

    Hi Rich,
    I wanted to change the default clock so that it shows hour, minute, and
    second hands. Can this be done?? Many thanks

    Steve

    1. Rich says:

      The only way I know is with this product: http://www.drive-software.com/atomicalarmclock.html but it costs $30

  12. Rich says:

    The only way I know is with this product: http://www.drive-software.com/atomicalarmclock.html but it costs $30

  13. paul says:

    Why is it whenever I try to click on any of the highlighted words I end up in a website that I cannot use for my computer needs.

  14. paul says:

    Why is it whenever I try to click on any of the highlighted words I end up in a website that I cannot use for my computer needs.

    1. Rich says:

      What websites are coming up?

  15. paul says:

    Why is it whenever I try to click on any of the highlighted words I end up in a website that I cannot use for my computer needs.

    1. Rich says:

      What websites are coming up?

  16. Rich says:

    What websites are coming up?

  17. Mel says:

    Hey – that is kinda cool! Not that I’d use it myself, but I know many people that would!

  18. Mel says:

    Hey – that is kinda cool! Not that I’d use it myself, but I know many people that would!

  19. Mel says:

    Hey – that is kinda cool! Not that I’d use it myself, but I know many people that would!

  20. Asfddasf says:

    I have windows XP and need this, of course, it's not on XP.

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