Changing the time on a computer's clock involves right-clicking the clock in the bottom right corner, clicking on "Adjust date and time" and typing in the correct time into the box that appears. Adjust the date and time on a computer clock with information from an experienced software developer in this free video on computers.
Hi my name is Dave Andrews. Today I'm going to show you how to change the time on your computer's clock. Let's go to our computer and on the desktop, as you can see we have a clock down here at the very bottom right hand side. Let's say you want to adjust the time on that clock. To do so, right-click on your clock and then goto 'Adjust date and time'. This pulls up the date and time interface in Vista and we want to click on 'Change date and time'. Now in Microsoft Windows Vista you have to be an administrator to change the date and time so just click on continue with this that pops up. Now we want to change the time let's say it's not actually at 8:54, let's say it's 6:54. So basically I just click there inside the 6 and I use these arrow keys to change the time to whatever I want it to be. I can also use the keyboard, just delete out that 6 and type in whatever I want it to be, let's say it's 10:54. Do the same thing for minutes and if it's not actually PM, I can just change that to AM simply by highlighting and changing it with these little arrow keys here. Now after you've set the time to what you would like it to be, just click OK down at the bottom. If I close this window you can see that it's now saying it's 10:54PM. My name is Dave Andrews and I've just showed you how to change the time on your computer's clock.