Using the clock in the Windows 11 taskbar, it is easy to adjust the date and time for MS Windows 11!
1.) ... Adjusting the time via the taskbar time display!
2.) ... Further options for adjusting / changing the date and time under Windows!
3.) ... Force the week day to appear in the taskbar! ◄◄ NEW
4.) ... useful information about dates, times, etc.!
2. And you can adjust all options for the time and date in Windows 11
(... see Image-1 Point 1 to 5)
By default, Windows 11 automatically gets its time from the Internet. However, if you have deactivated this function beforehand (point 2), you can easily reactivate the automatic date and time.
|(Image-1) Change date and time in Windows 11!|
You have to change the tag format short form
a: dddd, MMMM d, yyyy or b: ddd, MMMM d, yyyy or c: ddd MM/dd/yyyy
(... see Image-1 Point a, b and c)
1. Start the regional settings Windows + R and intl.cpl
2. Via the Formats tab at the bottom of the dialog on "Additional Settings"
3. Date tab and in Date (short) : ddd MM/dd/yyyy
(PS: you can also use other formats a> dddd, MMMM d, yyyy or b: ddd, MMMM d, yyyy
4. Do not forget the button Apply
(... see Image-1 Point 1 to 7)
The Windows 11 taskbar uses the short date format, but since the height cannot be changed at the moment, only this trick came to mind. But it looks good and you have a better orientation on weekdays !
|(Image-1) Show day of the week in the Windows 11 taskbar!|
►► Set file time via the Unix time in the file name? !
►► Convert via file name to file time - example Android smartphones?
►► Automated date and time format in QTP for MS Windows!
Proper date and time settings are critical to ensuring that tasks and appointments can be scheduled correctly and that time-based features on devices work properly. It is also important to ensure that the time on electronic devices is correct, as it is central to many applications, including event logging, email synchronization, and appointment coordination.