How do I adjust the time zone for my Windows Clock?

To adjust your Windows Clock time zone, follow these steps:

1. Open the Control Panel. To do this, you can type “Control Panel” into the Start Menu search box or use the Windows key + X keyboard shortcut to open the Power User menu and select Control Panel from there.

2. Navigate to the Date and Time option in the Control Panel. You can find it under the “Clock, Language, and Region” section.

3. Click the Change date and time button.

4. Adjust your current date and time if necessary.

5. Click the Change Time Zone button located at the bottom-right of the window.

6. Select your current local time zone from the drop down list.

7. If you need to adjust the time for daylight saving time (DST), check the box next to “Adjust for daylight saving time automatically”.

8. Click Ok to save your changes.

9. Close the Date and Time settings.

Your Windows Clock should now be adjusted to your local time zone. If you ever need to change your time zone again, you can follow the steps above.