Do you like to fall asleep listening to music, podcasts, or audiobooks but don’t want your iPhone to play all night? The good news is that your iPhone has a sleep timer built right in. It’s just a bit hidden.
Microsoft Word for Mac lets you easily add a simple date and time stamp, but did you know that you can also have that date and time entry automatically update whenever you open the file? You can, and it’s very handy (especially if you want to prove you’ve been working!). Here’s how it works.
By default, your Windows 10 PC will occasionally check in with Microsoft’s time server to keep its internal clock accurate and up to date. But you can change which server your PC synchronizes. Here’s how to do it in Windows 10.
Windows 10 continues the tradition of the desktop clock, which provides handy access to the current date and time. But if you’re a fan of a minimal desktop, or plan to use a third party date and time app, the default clock will just take up unncessary space in your taskbar. Here’s how to turn the Windows 10 taskbar clock off, and how to turn it back on if you change your mind.
OS X only shows the day of the week and the current time in the menu bar by default. Here’s how to see the full date in the menu bar, along with some tips on other ways to easily reference the current date on your Mac.
Sometimes a user’s Windows clock can go awry and display the incorrect date or time, usually due to hardware issues, a temporary loss of Internet connectivity, or online synchronization problems. If your Windows clock is wrong, but you’re currently able to connect to the Internet, you can easily set the correct time by re-synchronizing your PC with an online time server. Here’s how to do it.
We live in an ever-shrinking, collaborative world. But it’s important to still keep track of the various time zones when working with colleagues on the other side of the planet. Here’s how to add additional time zone clocks to Windows 7 and 8.