On multiple occasions, you need to get in contact with the family, friends, relatives or co-workers living in a different country with a different time-zone. For this purpose, you have to keep track of the time as it might be day time at your side and night at the other.
Windows 10 lets its users insert clocks with different time zones on the taskbar. In this guide, you will learn how to add multiple time zone clocks on Windows 10 taskbar.
Inserting Multiple Time Zone Clocks on Windows 10 Taskbar
To insert different time zone clocks on Windows 10 taskbar, follow the steps mentioned below:
- Right-click the time on taskbar and select “Adjust date/time”.
- Now click on “Add clock for different time zones” under the Related Settings heading.
- From the Dialogue box, check the “Show this clock” option, choose the time zone and enter a display name.
You can insert two time zones at a time. When you’re done adding the time zone and display name, click on “OK”.
To see the other two times zones, hover your mouse cursor on the time given on the taskbar. All the three (local time and the inserted ones” will pop up over the clock. You can also click on the clock to see different time zones that are given under the local time.