Windows 10: Wrong time zone detected
Wrong time zone detected
When I go up to my cabin, Windows always changes my time zone to Pacific. I'm in Mountain Time, and I actually go east to get to the cabin. I don't know if it's the IP address, or the WiFi network, or what, but it happens every time. If I go into Time settings and disable automatically detect timezone, I can set it back to mountain time. But if I re-enable auto-detect, it switches right back to Pacific.
Is there any way I can teach Windows the correct time zone so that it auto-detects correctly?
in the time on the taskbar -->date&time settings-->additional date,time -- then choose Internet time -- clock should then be set to a standard clock for your region when you logon to the Internet. The chances are you are selecting the wrong clock or your region is set incorrectly in the first place.
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I am located in Europe and all I know is that during the Win10 install it does not have the option to select a Time zone. The default time zone is Pacific Time which is -9 hours behind my time zone.
So for example, when installing Win10 locally...
I have no idea why the following command does not work and does not change the time zone to -5?
Since when I set it manually to -5, the following key will be applied the same:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
How to Change the Time Zone in Windows 10
Your PC's clock is used to record the time whenever you create or modify files on your PC. You can change the clock's time and time zone.
A time zone is a region that observes a uniform standard time...