One of the most fascinating features of any reliable computer operating system, in general, is their clocks because they can tune themselves into the precise time that it is for a time zone so you’re never living so much as a second out of time.
In Windows Vista, you have a small clock in the bottom right corner of the display, in what is called the system tray on the taskbar. This small clock can be clicked on to get a larger view with more information. You can display up to three clocks at once and vary the time zones between each.
The following tutorial demonstrates how to add additional time zone clocks when using a version of the Windows Vista operating system.
How to Add Additional Time Zone Clocks in Windows Vista
You can add more clocks (up to three) to show extra time zones from the Date and Time dialog. Here is how to find and use it:
1. Click on the click in the system tray of the taskbar and then click on Change date and time settings….
2. From the Date and Time dialog, click on the Additional Clocks tab.
3. By default there is one checkmark next to one Show this clock which is the default clock that comes with Windows Vista.
4. To add more, click on the extra Show this clock checkbox and then select your country and time zone from the drop-down menu.
Note: You can also open the same Date and Time dialog where you can make your clock changes in the Control Panel. To do that, open the Control Panel, select its Classic View from the top right corner, and then click on Date and Time.