Date/Time window appears on Start


  1. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
       #1

    Date/Time window appears on Start


    I am using windows 10 pro and logging into our work domain. Every time I start the pc I have a date/time window (image 1) on my desktop. I can see it under apps on the task manager screen (image 2) but can't see it listed on the start-up (image 3).

    any ideas of the cause and how to remove?
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Date/Time window appears on Start-image-1.png   Date/Time window appears on Start-image-2.png   Date/Time window appears on Start-image-3.png  
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  2. spunk's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit 20H2
       #2

    Check your IT Dept/System Admin Your time and date should be set by your Domain Controller in AD on your Domain.
    Make sure your computer is set to the correct Time Zone, but this should also be set by the DC.
    In Task Manager, go to the Tab and see if Date and Time are set to start with Windows, you can disable it here, but you may not have Admin rights to change it, this may be a policy set by the Domain Controller.
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  3. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    spunk said:
    Check your IT Dept/System Admin Your time and date should be set by your Domain Controller in AD on your Domain.
    Make sure your computer is set to the correct Time Zone, but this should also be set by the DC.
    In Task Manager, go to the Tab and see if Date and Time are set to start with Windows, you can disable it here, but you may not have Admin rights to change it, this may be a policy set by the Domain Controller.
    Thanks for the response. If I log on with administrator user which is set-up on server it does not happen so maybe I should just create a new profile?

    time/date set by AD
    computer is set to correct time zone
    Not sure what tab I am supposed to check in task manager
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  4. spunk's Avatar
    Posts : 3,082
    Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit 20H2
       #4

    Sorry, I should have said Startup Tab in Task Manager. You may also look at Task Scheduler.
    If you are a Systems Administrator and have access to AD, look in the Users Profile for Startup items. If all else fails, you can create a New User profile in AD.
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