A Windows clock to show both UTC and local time? Ask Question 41. I'm working on windows 7 x64 and searching for a way for a setting, or replacement app of, the.
Desktop Zulu Time Clock
I'm working on windows 7 x64 and searching for a way for a setting, or replacement app of, the tray clock (on the taskbar corner) to display both UTC (or GMT) and my local time.
Cause: I read log output of several programs realtime, many of them logging in UTC, while meetings (and other people synchronization stuff) is in localtime. Thus I would like to be able to see both local and UTC time in parallel on the system clock. I'm task-switching between many programs, so I'd like it to be always visible.
If I must use a replacement, I would like it to integrate into the taskbar/tray somehow, due not wanting it to cover any screen place that it not occupy fully.fixer1234
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One third party app that will allow you to do have both times always shown in the tray is StoicJoker's T-Clock2010:http://www.stoicjoker.com/tclock/
Edited on 2015-01-27:Thanks to JourneymanGeek for pointing out that StoicJoker's site is down.Most recent 'incarnation' seems to be this (i did not test this personally, just searched around for 5 minutes):https://github.com/White-Tiger/T-Clock/releases/tag/v2.3.2%23151-beta(or to get latest version simply: https://github.com/White-Tiger/T-Clock/releases)(Find 'T-Clock Help.rtf' within the release to get details on how to use time/date functions.)TheUser1024TheUser1024
You can actually accomplish this using the system clock.
- Click on the tray clock
- At the bottom, click Change date and time settings
- Click the Additional Clocks from the top menu bar
- Tick Show this clock and modify the time zone to suite your needs.
- Hit Apply
Utc Clock Display
Since your using Windows 7 the clock desktop gadget is one option. You can have multiple, name them and make them always on top. There are alternative versions that are more compact with similar settings.
When you set up multiple time zones to display with the system clock, then hover your mouse pointer over the system clock's display on the taskbar, you will see all of the clocks that you have set up.