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Created by kidcrowd, 1731 days ago, 3822 views

There is no place to set seconds.
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VikingDave1728 days ago

@kidcrowd
The only place to set the seconds , and I believe that it is still a system instance, is by changing the Long Time...i.e, HH,MM SS. You'll find this in the settings under Date and Time, in WIN 10. It is set by the network by default, however it can be set to your preference in the BIOS of your PC. Hope this helps. Have a Nice Day. (Oops! By default Windows uses Network Time Settings Short Time).

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pustoi111731 days ago

seconds are synchronized automatically when connected to the Internet.

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kidcrowd1731 days ago

@pustoi11
I often use VPN. So I cannot set time automatically.

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khaledmus1731 days ago

i think it doesnt need for second option because when you adjust hours and minutes and pressing change or ok button the seconds start with zero 00 ,so its nt much important and allah knows.

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pustoi111731 days ago

your VPN, too, set the time synchronization will be on them.

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pustoi111731 days ago

If this does not happen automatically, you can synchronize manually.
at least one computer with VPN, in any case, connected to the Internet. you need to synchronize with it.
First determine what the IP-address of your time server. For example, let it be 192.168.1.1
Open a command prompt and write it as follows:
w32tm / config / syncfromflags: manual /manualpeerlist:192.168.1.1
Here we specify the exact time of our server network. There may be more, then all comma separated with no space.
Then, give the command
w32tm / config / update
After that, amongst all the time server to indicate priority. In our example, it is only one, and write it:
net time /setsntp:192.168.1.1
Restart the Windows Time service
net stop w32time && net start w32time
and synchronize
w32tm / resync
After these manipulations, the computer itself will synchronize time with the server. The problem is closed!

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pustoi111731 days ago

there is another option.
Run mmc, and then open Local Computer Policy — Computer Configuration — Administrative Templates — — Windows Time Service — Time Providers: Enable Windows NTP Client = Not Configured

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jundel1731 days ago

@kidcrowd
right click on time and date at the lower right portion of windows, setting will pop out

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Aravi1731 days ago

Hi @kidcrowd

Internet time server is the best synchronized time.

1) Open Control Panel (small icons view), and click on the Date and Time option.
2) Click on the Internet tab from top.
3) Click on the Change settings button.
4) how to synchronize time with Internet time server
5) Click Yes if prompted by UAC.
6) Check the box next to Synchronize with an Internet time server.
7) Select the server from the drop down list and click Update now button.
8) Click Ok to finish.

Regards,

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ha141731 days ago

@kidcrowd


4 Ways to Automatically Synchronize Computer Clock on Windows Startup
https://www.raymond.cc/blog/auto-sync-pc-clock-on-windows-startup/

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nihal291731 days ago

It's just fine with just hour and minutes .windows sets seconds to zero . its perfect and doesn't matter much .

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MGB1021730 days ago

Configuration panel > Clock, lang, country > Define time and date >Change date and time : now you can set hours, minutes, seconds!

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shahariar0231728 days ago


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VikingDave1728 days ago

@pustoi11
Thats a lot of work, not that is not accurate, (I would not go that far, your actions are for the more ADV users). The time Syncs itself unless the program actually asks for the seconds. But it is good info. I kinda want to know why its necessary for the seconds need to be displayed. My advice if followed will display the seconds without all that CMD Prompt stuff.

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VikingDave1728 days ago

@kidcrowd
Once again go to settings look for time open and scroll down till you see HHSS, then click...that's it, it displays Mil Time in 24 hour format...Ooh Rah...Semper FI. Yea I'm a Veteran...Disabled. Have fun. God Bless You and God Bless The United States of America.

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