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Is there any program similar to Time Zone Editor but for newer versions of Windows (Vista and later)?

It's purpose was to create new time-zones with their own rules and with custom naming.

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Windows Vista/7 support DST by default, and also allow you to specify multiple clocks with different times... does the software do more than that?

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That software supported creating time-zones with custom name. – Josip Medved Aug 18 '09 at 20:10
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I found procedure how to change time zone directly in Registry Editor. It works by dumping data of one time-zone to .reg file, changing that data and then injecting new data back in registry.

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