How do I customize the look of the Windows clock?

Windows 2000 allows users to customize the look and feel of their computer clock in a variety of ways. This tutorial will walk you through the process of customizing the Windows clock, from selecting a style to changing the font, size and color of the clock.

First, access the Control Panel to begin customizing your clock. Go to the “Start” menu, select “Settings” and then select “Control Panel.” In the Control Panel window, locate the section titled “Appearance & Themes” and click on it.

Next, you will need to access the Display Properties dialog. To do so, select the link for “Display” from the list located in the left side of the window. Once the Display Properties dialog window is open, select the tab at the top labeled “Appearance.” Now, a list of options will appear, one of which is entitled “Advanced.” Select the button directly below it marked “Settings” and a window will open up with several tabs.

Choose the “Appearance” tab. At the bottom of the dialog window, you will see a section entitled “Item.” Scroll down until you see the option “Active Title Bar,” and then click the arrow to the right side of the box. A drop-down menu will appear, containing various options. Choose “Time” from the list and this will be the style for your Windows clock.

Now, click the “Font” button located in the middle of the window. A dialog window will open with several font options. Choose the font you would like your clock to display, and then select “OK” to save your changes.

You can also customize the size and color of your clock. To change the size of your clock, use the up and down arrows next to the “Size” box located at the bottom of the dialog window. To adjust the color of your clock, select the button labeled “Color,” and then choose your desired color from the list that appears.

When you have finished customizing your clock, click “OK” to save your changes. Your clock should now be customized to your specifications!

If you would like to further customize your clock, you can also choose to have it show the date, or to add a digital or analog clock face to the display. To do so, go back to the Display Properties dialog window and select the tab labeled “Desktop.” Here, you can choose additional options to customize the display of your clock.

The Windows 2000 clock allows you to customize its look and feel in a variety of ways. With just a few simple steps, you can select a style, adjust the font, size and color, and even add a digital or analog clock face to the display. Experiment with different options to find the perfect look for your Windows clock.