Setup time zone in Windows to enable overall performance and settings, in this blog you will learn how to setup Time zone in windows.
Although Windows 10 does a decent job of identifying and establishing time zone settings according to your region during installation, there could be a variety of reasons why your device isn’t showing the right local time.
It could be because your settings weren’t recognized correctly, you’re traveling to a new place with a different time zone, or you bought a gadget preconfigured with different settings from another country. Whatever the reason for your computer’s inability to display the right local time, Windows 10 has a number of choices for changing the time zone, including the Settings interface, Command Prompt, and PowerShell.
- Open Settings.
- Go to Time & Language.
- Select Date & time.
- Switch on the Set time zone automatically.
Once you’ve completed these steps, the time zone will automatically change to your current location. However, you may have to wait a while before seeing the accurate time.
Adjust time zone manually using Settings
To change the time zone settings manually on Windows 10, follow these steps:
- Open Settings.
- Click on Time & Language.
- Click on Date & time.
- Turn off Set time zone automatically.
- Go to the “Time zone” drop-down menu and choose India Standard Time.
2. Using Command Prompt
- Click on Start.
- Look for Command Prompt, right-click and click on Run as administrator option.
- Type this to confirm the current time zone and press Enter:
- Type this and note the time zone that you want (IST) and hit Enter:
- Type the following command and press Enter to set:
tzutil /s “India Standard Time”
- Type the following command to check if the time zone was updated successfully:
3. Using PowerShell
- Go to Start.
- Search for PowerShell, right-click and Run as administrator.
- Type this to confirm the current time zone:
- Type the following command and note the time zone that you want to use:
- Type the following command to set the new time zone:
Set-TimeZone -Name “India Standard Time”.
Note: Type the full name exactly as shown by PowerShell.
- Type this to make sure the time zone was updated successfully:
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