Are you looking to display additional clocks in Windows 10 desktop?
If you are someone who constantly communicate online with family and friends or with colleagues who resides abroad, then you will want monitor their local time zones. You can enable display of additional clocks in Windows 10 desktop. I first discovered the ability to display additional clocks when Microsoft first introduced this feature in the Windows 7 release. Today, Windows 8 and 10 continue to carry this feature.
Simply by clicking on the left mouse button pointing to the PC clock at the bottom RHS toolbar, I can see my local timezone and the other 2 time zones simultaneously (see featured image). Or I can choose to do a mouse hover over the PC clock to have a 5 second glance at the additional clock times (see image below)
When I was employed to work for a Global Technology company a few years ago, my job requires that I participated in tele-conferencing with colleagues operating from Bangalore- India and London- UK. The role made it necessary for me to be aware of my remote colleagues local time-zones and not send meeting invites outside of their social hours.
Step by Step – Additional Clocks in Windows 10
Instead of posting my own step by step, I decided to direct you to this website for detailed instruction. Has easy to follow instruction complete with captured screenshots. Also you will find additional information to pin multiple clocks to cities using World Map chart.
Revised Additional Clocks in Windows 10
You will notice that with Microsoft Windows 10, the clock and additional clocks are displayed in digital time format, minus the clock face. Given a choice, I would have preferred the clock face. Check the clock image from the Windows 7 & 8 version. I think it would be great if Microsoft could bring back the clock face images as an optional item in Windows 10 future updates.