Windows 10: Arizona does not observe dst

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  1. pepanee's Avatar
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       05 Apr 2018 #11

    Okay, wait a sec. The link that I posted looks like a little outdated information.

    So this is what I just did:
    1) I asked Microsoft Bing:
    What time is it in Arizona? - Bing
    As of the result of that question: It said 3:40 PM
    I live in California (Pacific Time), and the time here is also 3:40 PM
    2) So I set the Time zone (refer to picture) to: (UTC-07:00) Arizona
    3) And my clock shows the same time as the search result
    4) Does this help solve the thing?

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  2.    05 Apr 2018 #12

    Actually, it's -7.

    I'll check the battery, thanks.

    rs
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  3. storageman's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 1803 17134.137
       06 Apr 2018 #13

    pepanee said: View Post
    Okay, wait a sec. The link that I posted looks like a little outdated information.

    So this is what I just did:
    1) I asked Microsoft Bing:
    What time is it in Arizona? - Bing
    As of the result of that question: It said 3:40 PM
    I live in California (Pacific Time), and the time here is also 3:40 PM
    2) So I set the Time zone (refer to picture) to: (UTC-07:00) Arizona
    3) And my clock shows the same time as the search result
    4) Does this help solve the thing?

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    That is exactly what I posted in the the #2 post. Nobody likes my dark theme ! LOL
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  4. pepanee's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Professional
       06 Apr 2018 #14

    storageman said: View Post
    That is exactly what I posted in the the #2 post. Nobody likes my dark theme ! LOL
    Haha, whoops. I forgot to look through the replies.
    The way my brain worked was to look for some solution online, then noticed that after I posted that reply, I tried doing what that suggestion from that link says, and it no longer applies to today's version of Windows 10. So instead, I went to the Date & Time options and messed around in there. Checked what time it was in Arizona online, and noticed that it's the same time as it is here in California, then did my own little reply on all that.
    Your black theme is cool! Maybe I didn't look at it because it was day time when I replied. Haha, right?

    ... or an even better 'excuse': I am confirming that your post is 100% spot on! Hahahaha
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  5. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       06 Apr 2018 #15

    Hi,
    Yeah wish they would just split the difference and leave the darn time alone :)
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  6.    06 Apr 2018 #16

    "Florida lawmakers have passed the "Sunshine Protection Act." The bill would make daylight saving time permanent all year long in the Sunshine State."

    just to further screw things up.
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  7. storageman's Avatar
    Posts : 439
    Windows 10 Pro 1803 17134.137
       08 Apr 2018 #17

    Living Phoenix AZ, I have NO NEED to have the SUN setting @ 9:30pm, its hot enough when it sets at 8:30pm.
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