Windows 10 build 9901 got leaked yesterday, and in addition to Cortana and some other improvements that point to the unification of the desktop and mobile platforms, it also comes with a handful of features that need to be manually activated.
Case in point, a stylish new clock that can be accessed by clicking on the existing tray clock and which shows you the time, a calendar, plus the current time for other user-defined locations across the world.
Basically, the new clock brings Windows 10 for the desktop closer to Windows Phone, as it comes with a design which appears to be inspired by the smartphone market. At the same time, it also reminds of the Modern UI, confirming that Redmond has finally found a way to bring the two closer together.How to enable it
As mentioned, this new clock is not turned on by default, and in order to enable it, you need to change a small registry setting.
To do this, type “regedit” in the Start menu search box and hit enter. Click “yes” when asked about administrator privileges and navigate to the following location: