Date and time allow you to keep track of time and plan things beforehand. Incorrect date or time in your Windows 10 PC can affect all aspects of your work and planning. So it is very important to have the correct date and time on almost any of the devices that you work with, not only your computer. So today we are going to take a look at the methods required to reset the date and time on your Windows 10 PC and make them as accurate as possible. So, grab to your seats, put your seatbelt on. It’s going to be a very easy journey.
Steps to Change Date and Time
- Click on the Start button.
- Then the Settings (gear icon) button.
- Go to Time & Language.
- Then on the left side navigate to Date & Time.
There is a magic button “Sync now” displayed on the same screen which will simply sync the standard date and time to your Windows 10 PC without any manual actions. So before trying any of the below methods, it is recommended to simply click on the Sync now button and let Windows automatically set the date and time for you.
Here you will see a couple of options to automatically set the date and time. If you enable these features, and you are connected to the internet, chances are that you are probably having some other issues if you see that the date and time are still incorrect. Windows 10 has an in-built functionality to automatically fetch the date and time so that the users do not have to do it manually. You will notice that when these options are enabled, you will not be able to change the settings manually including your time zone.
If you are absolutely sure that you want to edit them, you can simply disable the automatic date and time by toggling the buttons. It will activate the “Change” button under the manual date and time label which you can use to manually set your date and time. If you want to change the time zone as well, you can disable the automatic time zone feature and choose the proper timezone from the timezone section.