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Is there a program that gets the correct time from the internet and sets your PC clock to that time? Thanks!

asked Mar 09 '11 at 16:58

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For Windows Internet time synchronization, you could always right-click the date at the bottom right in the taskbar and select "adjust date and time", then click on change settings, and then check off the box marked "synchronization with Internet time server". So that way your computer will synchronize with Internet time every few days, or you can manually update it whenever you feel like.

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answered Mar 09 '11 at 17:26

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Greg De Santis


I followed your advice, Greg. The steps were a little different, but I managed to set my PC clock to internet time. I am running with Vista. Thanks!

(Jul 11 '11 at 21:31) bradto bradto's gravatar image

If this solved your problems you should probably mark it as the answer. This will allow others with similar problems to see that there is an answer available.

(Jul 12 '11 at 00:30) Zbob750 Zbob750's gravatar image

What edition of the Operating System are you running? I can't advise anyone on anything without know which OS they are running from...

answered Mar 09 '11 at 17:07

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Sorry. I am running with Vista.

(Jul 11 '11 at 21:28) bradto bradto's gravatar image
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