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2400 hour system tray clock for windows


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Is there a way to config. the window systray clock to display the 2400 hour clock system?

Or a lightweight free app. I've searched but no luck.


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Hello Christos.

You first need to go to the Control Panel and make sure it is in Classic View if you're not already in Classic View the option will be in the Left hand section of the Control Panel Window.

Once you're looking at Classic View; click on Regional and Language Options

The window that opens click Customize

The window that opens - look at the tabs along the top of the window - go to Time.

Change time format from HH:mm:ss to hh:mm:ss tt no click OK. Then click Ok again and that should be that.
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hey dave, thanks for replying.

but now i just get "07:49 AM"

Edit: Never mind i got it, it was just set at the wrong time, once i go past 12, it went to 13... oups

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No Problem, glad you sorted it.
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