If you’re obsessed with having the exact time on your computer no matter what, you may want to set up synchronization with a remote server.
Before you do that however, please note that an inaccurate Windows clock should not be taken lightly.
If the computer clock loses time although you keep fixing it, there may be a serious cause.
Simple things going wrong can be a sign of serious trouble ahead.
For example if your CMOS battery dies, your computer will act like it has Alzheimers and you have to introduce it to its hardware components (via the BIOS) every time it boots.
That’s just as annoying as a virus that plays tricks on you or a bad time zone setting that messes up everything from the clock to your email client’s time stamps. Be sure to also check out Jeffry’s article Tina is a freelance writer and editor, with a background in science and sustainability.
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If the battery goes bad, the chip starts losing information and one of the symptoms is that your computer no longer maintains its time and date.
(step 3 in the linked guide) sits on your motherboard, go buy it, start over, and exchange the battery.
The clock is a widget that can be moved to any areas of the screen.
It has a smoky-transparent dial which lets you view the wallpaper underneath, while the hands are silver and red.
Less experienced individuals should find it easy to handle, thanks to the intuitive interface.
If you have an issue with your system clock losing time, you’ve probably had to go and re-sync your clock with the internet time servers.
When you tend to rely on your computer’s time and your computer clock loses time, this can be fatal.