Adding additional clocks to Windows 10 is a great feature, however, it’s not something new to Windows. You can also add additional clocks to Windows 7 and Windows 8 — which is very convenient if you need to keep track of the time in various time zones. Here’s how to do it.
How to Add Extra Clocks / Time Zones to the Windows 8 or Windows 7 Taskbar
1 – Click the Clock in the Taskbar and then Click Change date and time settings.
2 – Click the Additional Clocks tab and check the box for either 1 or 2 additional clocks. Choose the Additional Time Zones using the drop-down and give them a Name. Click OK when done.
3 – Click the Clock again in the Taskbar and the new clocks should all appear!
In my example, I’m in Europe this week however with this groovy tip it’s easy for me to check the time both locally, back home, and in Sydney, in the event, I need to schedule a Zoom call with a colleague. Similar to Windows 10, Windows 7 and Windows 8 limits you to only two additional clocks. If you want to add an extra time zone to your Microsoft Outlook calendar, that’s a possibility as well.