Windows 10 Enterprise 19042.631 - System Tray - Date & Time  


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    Windows 10 Enterprise 19042.631 - System Tray - Date & Time


    I recently changed my date and time to the classic Windows 7 version. I didn't like the look so I tried to change it back with no success. I only want to see the time in 12 hour format such as 4:30. I don't want to see the date. The attachment shows how it currently appears. I can't determine the registry changes needed to accomplish this. Thanks!
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    You can erase the date in the Registry but it will break the Calendar.
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    I can live with the date showing but, is there a way to remove the square between the hour and minutes and replace it with a colon?
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    mnhgolf said:
    I can live with the date showing but, is there a way to remove the square between the hour and minutes and replace it with a colon?
    Are you using a custom font for System Fonts?

    ... Cuz that's what usually causes that.

    Here's a workaround:

    'Fix Clock Colon'
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    I did change the system font to Verdana. The registry change using the colon from the character map did not work. I reverted back to the standard Segui UI font and the square changed back to a colon. Thanks for your help.

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    I rebooted my computer after changing the font back to Segui UI and the date went away. I now have it the way I want it.
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