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How much clock drift is considered normal for a non-networked windows 7 PC?

I have a stand-alone PC with no network connection running Windows 7 (64bit) and the system clock loses about 1 minute per week. Is this level of drift considered "normal" or is it a dodgy RTC or a ...
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Can I change the date format only in the taskbar

Can I change the display format just for the date in the windows taskbar? I know that you can customize the format of the date in the taskbar by changing the "short date" display format in ...
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Windows Event Log SystemTime format

The follwing timestamp was created during an Windows Security Log TimeCreated [ SystemTime] 2013-10-07T07:31:09.122037600Z In this timestamp I can't understand what 122037600Z part means? Do ...
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Windows 7 Explorer Columns: meaning of “Date” in relation to “Date Modified”/“Date Created”?

I've managed to alter the creation/modified date on a large number of files that I've moved with a well known 3rd party software. The only field that seems to point to a valid period of time is ...
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Why does Windows Explorer display a bogus updated time, and is there a way to recalibrate its datetimostat?

Here is my process when testing a Windows CE app: Rebuild it to create new .exe/.dll pairs from the two projects in the solution (PDAClient.exe and HUtilCE.dll). Since I have to do this development ...
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I need a VB script that executes to update Time Server every time Windows starts up

I need the script to automate Time Server update. I suspect the internal battery that keeps time up-to-date is dead and I don't want to change the battery because I'll discard the laptop soon for a ...
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Is there a clock application with deciseconds (HH:MM:SS.d)?

You may wonder, But I am interested in a clock app that in addition to second show decisecond. I deeply searched and could not find one yet, did you know any app (desktop gadget/system tray clock) ...
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My system clock is an extra (extra) hour ahead during BST/ daylight saving

I have a problem when my Windows 7 64-bit laptop is used during BST (British Summer Time)/ daylight saving periods. Instead of the +1 shift in time, the system clock shifts +2 hours and can be a few ...
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Windows 7: How to display both date and time in tray *without* using large icons or increasing the height of taskbar? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Windows 7 - display date using small icons As we approach the year 2012, there has to be a way to show the date and time in Windows 7 without doing any of the following: ...
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Can I Set My Computer's Clock Display To 24-Hour Format? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can the Windows clock be configured to display a 24-hour-based time? The title pretty much says it here. I'm just wondering, is it possible to switch my Windows 7 ...
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Searching for files which was created at certain date

Is it possible to find files which was created at certain date? I don't remember file name, but I know date when it was created. I am using windows 7.
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Internet Time tab has disappeared from the Date and Time applet of the Control Panel

Previously, there was an Internet Time tab on the Date and Time applet of the Control Panel, wherein one could force a query of an internet time server and also type in a different server from the ...
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Who was the last modifier of a file on a mapped network drive?

I am running Windows 7, and I have a mapped network drive. Is there any way to examine a file on that drive and find out who was the last user who modified it? If so, how can I do this?
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Clock set to year 2028

The date on my Windows 7 x64 PC has twice been set to the year 2028, which causes all sorts of stuff to stop working (website certs, TV guide listings, virus definition updates, etc). Any idea what ...
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Windows 7: System date and time resets to 2007

My desktop computer has been upgraded to Windows 7 and ever since whenever I start it up, it resets the date and time to 2007. I tried changing the battery on the motherboard thinking that it would ...
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Windows App-specific dates and browser certificates

In Windows 7 I can set a "per program" sound setting. It's cool, because I can mute the browser (by example) and listen music without a lot of "noise" from another open windows. Now, I need a "per ...
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Windows 7, file properties, date modified, how do you show seconds?

Anyone know a way to immediately show the seconds of a file's date modified property in the GUI? So if you create a file, any file in any directory, right-click and choose Properties, the date ...