Jun 26 2007

Adding Additional Clocks To Your System Tray

clock-2.pngA new feature in Vista is the ability to add 2 more clocks to the system tray area and view the calendar. It?s a great feature for travelers or people who need to communicate with others in different time zones, now you’ll be able to tell if you?re going to wake up someone when you call.

Here?s how to add additional clocks.

  1. Left click the clock.

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2. Choose change date and time settings.

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3. Click Additional Clocks tab.

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4. Put a check mark in Show this Clock.

5. Select the time zone.

6. Enter a name for your new clock.

7. Click apply and you?re all set.

Now when you click on the Clock you?ll see all your new clocks.

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    1. bill said:

      If you point at the taskbar clock w/o clicking anything, you’ll get a tooltip popup with your additional time zones.

      July 8th, 2007 at 11:12 am
    2. Kevin said:

      bill, you are correct, Thanks for pointing that out.

      July 10th, 2007 at 3:36 am

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