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Multiple Clocks in the System Tray in Windows 7

If you spend time in more than one time zone, have family around the world, or a really too lazy to work out what time it is in Japan, this guide is for you. Learn, in this tutorial, how to add multiple clocks in Windows 7.

This tip also works for Windows Vista, but the screenshots come from Windows 7.

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Adding Multiple Clocks in Windows 7

To add multiple clocks in Windows Seven, do the following:

  1. Click the Clock and click Change time and date settings…

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  2. Under the Additional Clocks tab, select up to two more clocks. Press OK to save your settings

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Multiple clocks in Windows 7

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2 thoughts on “Windows 7: Multiple Clocks in the System Tray [How To]”

  1. The title is a little misleading… the system tray would be that bottom right area with the icons and the one clock, and this procedure only adds another clock when you move your mouse over it, it doesn’t constantly display two clocks.
    The reason I’m saying all this is because I was looking for a way to always show two clocks on google, and your site turned up as one of the first results.

    1. Rich says:

      Agreed. The distinction between “on” and “in” is subtle and can be misleading.

      Usually when something is “on” something, you expect to see it. When it’s “in” something, you usually have to open it or enter that something.

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