Change date and time from control panel

in Windows XP

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Change date and time from control panel

Date and Time is an important matter for your Windows XP Operating System. Usually, people change the Date and Time option to their Computer. Computer many works depends on the date and time option in the Computer.

Usually, when you give the New Windows XP Operating System to your Computer, that time, you can change the Date and Time of Windows XP Operating System. But, most of the people are not conscious to set the Date and Time option correctly in that situation.

Your most of the important works depends on the Correct Date and Time. If you forget to correct your Date and Time when you are giving the New Windows XP Operating System to your Computer, that time, you have to change the Date and Time from Control Panel.

Usually, you check the Current Date option from the Control Panel. If, you do not correct the Current Date option from the Control Panel, that time, you will fall in a Problem to see the Current Date and Time option from the Control Panel. Suppose, Today is 7th December, 2013. But, your current Date and Time option from the Control Panel is showing the 7th November, 2013. So, your Computer Current Date and Time option is Slow for 1 Month. If you think, this Month is November, 2013 and does your work, that time, you will fall in a problem.

Sometimes, you also check the Current Time option from the Control Panel. If, you do not correct the Current Time option from the Control Panel, that time, you will also fall in a Problem to see the Current Time option from the Control Panel. Suppose, now the Time is 10 PM. But, your current Date and Time option from the Control Panel is showing the 8 PM. So, your Computer Current Date and Time option is Slow for 2 Hours. If you think, the Current is 8 PM and do your work, that time, you will fall in a problem.

Change date and time from Control Panel is a critical issue for your Computer. Because, most of he Software depends on the current Date and Time in your Computer. Specially, your Computer Anti Virus is much more depends on the current Date and Time in your Computer. When, you Install and Activate your Computer Anti Virus Program in your Computer, that time, you should use the correct Date and Time option in your Computer. If your Current Date and Time option is wrong position, that time, most of the options of Anti Virus will not work in your Computer.

When, you Install and Activate your Computer Anti Virus Software Program for 1 Year Serial Key Number, that time, that Anti Virus Software will analyze your Computer correct Date and Time option in your Computer. If, your Computer Anti Virus Software Program gets that, your current Date and Time is wrong position, that time, it may not be Activated for 1 Year with that Serial Key Number. So, your Anti Virus can not take the New Updates of that Anti Virus Software Program from the Internet. So, Computer Virus will enter to your Computer easily.

Sometimes, you use some Computer Softwares which is the Trial Version of those Softwares. Trial Software Means, A Software is Limited for Use to specific Time period such as 15 Days, 30 Days etc. After Expiring the specific Time period, it will not work in your Computer. If your Computer Date and Time is wrong position, that time, your Trial Softwares will not be worked perfectly. So, your work will be hampered in your Computer.

How to change date and time from control panel

 

Change date and time from control panel

1. Click “Start Menu” from the “Task Bar”

Change date and time from control panel

2. Click “Control Panel”

Change date and time from control panel

3. Click “Date and Time” (“Date and Time Properties” dialog box will appear on the Screen)

Change date and time from control panel

4. Under “Date and Time” tab, from “Date” option, change the Month, Year and Date. From “Time” option, change the Time which you want

In this way, you can Change Date and Time from Control Panel in your Windows XP Operating System. If you like the post, Please leave a comment

 
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