The time displayed on the Windows clock can be adjusted by taking the following steps:
1. Right click on the clock and select “Adjust date/time” from the pop-up menu.
2. The Date and Time window will appear.
3. Select the “Change date and time” tab at the top of the window.
4. Select the month, day, and year from the dropdown menus.
5. Select the hour, minute and second from the corresponding dropdown menus.
6. Select your time zone from the dropdown menu.
7. Click “OK” when done.
8. Windows will update the time and display it in the taskbar.
If you wish to set the time manually without using the Date and Time window, you can do so by clicking on the time in the taskbar, then entering the new time in the text box that appears.
If you’re having trouble with your computer’s system clock being inaccurate, you can try resetting the time settings from Control Panel. Select the “Date and Time” option from Control Panel, then select “Internet Time” from the left-hand side. It is important to select the correct time source since it will determine how often the system clock is updated.
Under the “Internet Time” tab, you can select a different server to synchronize your time settings with, as well as change the frequency in which time settings are updated. It is recommended that you select the closest server to your geographical location to ensure accurate time settings.
Once you have selected the time source, select “Update Now” to ensure the system clock is accurately updated. You may also want to check to make sure the system clock is not set to automatic synchronization, as this could cause difficulties if there are any delays in the Internet connection.
If you are still unable to adjust the time settings on your computer, you may need to contact your computer’s manufacturer for further assistance.