Best way to display multiple clocks/times?


Sephirote

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Hey everyone, for work it would make my life easier if I could display 3 different clocks/timezones on my Windows instead of having to go on the internet.

Local time I'm happy to use the normal date and time on the bottom right corner.

However, how can I get Windows to display 3 other timezones?

I'm looking at the widget section in the task bard on the left, hovering over the weather extend a widget section, If I could have right there 3 timezones it would be great. I like the idea of not having to click on a button to quickly display the timezones.

Is there any way to do that natively or maybe with a third-party software?

Also open to any other suggestions I might not have thought about.

Thank you
 
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RIght-click the clock and choose Adjust date and time, there's 2 additional available listed on my Win11 Pro. This is mine as I like to see also the UTC clock:
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RIght-click the clock and choose Adjust date and time, there's 2 additional available listed on my Win11 Pro. This is mine as I like to see also the UTC clock:
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Hey @Berton, silly me, it didn't cross my mind to dig into the Windows clock settings.
I was able to set up 2 additional times on my W11 Home

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This is actually really good, native and well-integrated with local time, I like it.

Is there any way to tweak the registry and add a 3rd additional time by any chance?

Thank you Berton for replying, you made my day (y)
 

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I have no idea if this is version dependent...




How to add more than 2 additional clocks in Windows 11​

The default Windows 11 date and time only allows up to two additional time zone clocks. To add more than 3 clocks (including the main clock), you need to use a different app.

Fortunately, there is a built-in Windows app that is able to show as many time zone clocks as you want – the Alarms & Clock app. Thus, you don’t need to install any third party app just to view clocks from different time zone.

You can search for and open Alarms & Clock app via the Start menu or Search. Alternatively, to open the app quickly next time, you can pin the app to your taskbar by right-clicking the Alarms & Clock app from the search result and select Pin to taskbar.

Open Alarms and Clock app Windows 11


In the Alarms and Clock app, on the left pane, click on World Clock. To add a clock of a time zone or city, click on the “Add new city” button.

How to add more than 2 additional clocks in Windows 11




In the search bar, enter the city name to search for the city you want to add to the world clock. Click on the city name from the search result to add its time zone clock to the world map.

Add more than 3 time zone clocks Windows 11


You can add as many clocks of different locations and time zones as you want to the app. The added clocks will be saved. After closing the app, to view the world clocks again, simply open the Alarms & Clock app again.







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Here are some more options...



Really nice one... not free



Another nice one. I think it's free...






An awesome collection of World Clocks... nice ones, not free







That's all I can find. Make sure to scan any of these at Virustotal.com,
because clock programs need an internet connection. ^^

 
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I worked with UTC/GMT for over 30 years. I find it interesting that 0° Longitude is the reference for UTC/GMT [named for the Greenwich Observatory] but London is so close but an hour later.
 

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I worked with UTC/GMT for over 30 years. I find it interesting that 0° Longitude is the reference for UTC/GMT [named for the Greenwich Observatory] but London is so close but an hour later.
Only for 6 months of the year
 

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