Time is an element of the overall measurement system of for space. Time can refer to the time it is now, according to timing devices, the interval between two events, the duration of an event, or the sequence of events.

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How can I set 24 hour time in KDE5

It seems the new way is to set your preferred date format is by country and language. I've never thought about this method but I guess it encourages people to be more multicultural, researching ...
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date/time setting does not work after unplugging power adapter or sudden power cut in linux

For some reason, I want to configure the date/time in my Linux (CentOS 6.5) to be different from the REAL date/time, but the setting won't work if I turn my computer(desktop not laptop if this ...
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Get wall-clock time of a windows process with command line

Is it possible to get an uptime from a windows process which is not based on the clock settings of the system? A linux-based solution is something like: ps -eo comm,etime With some researches, I ...
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How is time calculated between the Mobo/BIOS and the OS?

I'm attempting to work through this issue where a Windows 8.1 PC regularly loses track of time, sometimes going from (as an example) 1pm on one day to 8am on a previous day. The values vary. Every ...
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How to best manage the run of several processes?

My computer has 6 cores. I have to run 12 processes. Each process takes exactly 10 minutes. I want to consider (for the sake of the argument only) two scenarios: I run 2 processes successively on ...
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Leap Seconds in Windows

A leap second was recently added on June 30, 2015 23:59:60 UTC. How are leap seconds implemented in Windows (specifically Windows 7)?
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How do I set the time on my Ubuntu

I run my ubuntu on a virtual machine and the time does not update. How can I set up my machine so that everytime I turn it on the time will be correct? Ubuntu 12.04 running on a VMware VM with a W7 ...
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If I change my computer's clock, will Area-51 think I'm on a different time? [closed]

On Area 51 Stack Exchange, you can only post 1 site proposal per day. What if I change my computer's clock? Will I be able to post multiple proposals per day? What if I change the clock back to where ...
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Syncing to a Cell Phone Companies NTP Server [closed]

Not strictly for authentication, I am looking for a way force my Ubuntu NTP Server to use my cell phone companies network time as a basis for all my in home time. I cannot seem to find the address ...
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Why is my Windows “System.currentTimeMillis()” system time exactly 8 seconds behind all the other computers?

I am writing a real time networking program running on multiple computers and I decided to synchronize events using the OS system time. The problem is that one of my computers is 8000 ms behind the ...
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Unable to open two (so far) SSL sites, all others work normally

I have tried IE, Chrome, and FF. I have turned off WiFi on my mobile device and the connection goes through normally. From my computers connected to my internet, I'm unable to load the pages, it just ...
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How to change the date in Windows 7 by using command prompt?

When I try to change the date in Windows 7 using the Command Prompt, I get the error: "The required privilege is not held by the client" How can I solve this problem?
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System time moving slower by high CPU usage

My computer used to have no problems staying at high CPU usage, until a few days ago, which I noticed that this would make the system time move slower. There is around 15 to 30 minute lag for each ...
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Centos set time without ntp

I've a centos 6.5 server. The time is 20mins ahead so I want to fix it. I can't use ntp as I've read it requires an input port to be opened in the firewall but I don't have control on the external ...
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How to limit CPU consumtion of a process group with standard GNU/Linux tools?

I have a bunch of processes of the same name - they take up 100% of my CPU time, I want this to be no more than 50%. How can I do this without installing any extra software?
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Relativistic NTP

I was wondering whether any provision is made in the NTP standard to synchronize time between machines travelling near the speed of light relative to each other. Does NTP even work in these ...
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Time Machine backup to FTP server

How can I get a Mac computer using Time Machine to back up to a server using FTP? I have not tried anything yet and everything I've search for is about 6 years old.
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Get Average of time data in excel 2010

How do I compute average time in my column N my AHT works when I only use =AVERAGE(N6:N7) but when it is =AVERAGE(N6:N755) until the last column , it doesn't work note that there is only value on N:6 ...
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Timer (and animations) running at half speed

I noticed that recently all animations on my PC started running slowly (Aero animations, Games etc.) , although everything else is running normally. This seemed very strange, so I ran a simple C++ ...
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How to calculate estimated moments with 8 hour work days

In my worksheet, I want to calculate estimated end times of processes taking into account workday timeframes. Assume working days of 8:00 - 17:00 and omit Saturday and Sunday. So, for example, when ...
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Block unwanted change in system time on windows

I don't want users to be able to change the system time. For this, I have set the Group Policy "Change the system time" to include only my Administrator account. I want to know the validity of this ...
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CPU Time and Clocks

I've been given this question: Assume that on some computer the overhead of trapping to the kernel for clock ticks is about 2 microsecond, with the handler requiring another 9 microseconds. Clock ...
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How to set the time for the screen to lock asking for the password?

I can set the inactivity time for the screen saver to start, but I cannot set the time for the screen to lock asking for the password. Is it possible to do it? Is it possible to synchronize the ...
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What time does NT time start on

Unix time starts on January 1st, 1970. What time does WinNT time start?
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Cell Formatting, 0.00 where blank value

I have some cells that are formatted as hours and minutes i.e. [h]:mm. If no value exists in a cell I want the cell to show 0:00 without having to manually type. It needs to be user friendly, so if ...
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Is it possile to set time before windows disable device for energy saving purposes?

I have a tablet-pc with Windows 8 and dock keyboard. Windows disables dock keyboard after ~10 seconds of downtime by default. I want to increase that time to 60 seconds at least. Is it possible ...
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Do Windows 7 time zones work correctly?

As you see below, I changed the Windows clock time-zone from UTC +3:30 Tehran to UTC +1:00 Windhoek. As 3:30 - 1:00 = 2.30, I expect the time to change -2:30, But it change -1.30 : Before : After ...
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Add Date-Time Stamp To Copied File using Windows Batch

I thought this would be simple but it seems more of a challenge than I thought. I want a file to be copied and pasted with a time stamp appended. I get the time stamp using this code: set ...
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Windows 7 thinks that the UTC+1 Amsterdam time zone is really an UTC+10 time zone

I've been having problems with the Windows clock from a while. I tried a variety of solutions, but nothing seemed to really work, so finally I just decided to disable the automated internet time ...
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How do I interpret w32tm output, especially d:?

I am trying to understand what all the different values mean in the following output. I understand the command below is comparing my local time ("current time is") with time.nist.gov 8:38:08 is my ...
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Time format of Pomodoro in LibreOffice Calc

I'm using LibreOffice Calc in Windows 7 and I'd like to write a formula that, given a decimal number, converts it to hours and minutes. For instance I have this: cell E3 is =($B$3*25/60) i.e. it ...
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How can I have a secondary clock show in 24-hour time but the primary one in 12-hour time?

Is it possible to have only one of my secondary clocks display in 24-hour time while the other two clocks display in 12-hour time? If so, how? I would find this useful for dealing with UTC time. ...
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How to schedule a task to execute 9000 seconds from now on?

I have a batch script that executes a few Python scripts and then needs to schedule the last Python script to be executed 9000 seconds later. Here's what I have so far: (I only know how to manually ...
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h:mm:ss for workout data in MS Excel for Mac

I am trying to store my running data in an Excel spreadsheet, but Excel keeps formatting it as a date and time. For instance, I enter in 30:00 for 30 minutes and 0 seconds, and Excel converts it to ...
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Excel 2013 time enter function

I want to enter hhmm and for it to appear as a time for example; 1233 12:33. and 2245 as 22:45 Then I will need to plot these times on the x axis of a graph. Any ideas?
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Are CPU clock ticks strictly periodic?

Is the frequency of a CPU a mean value of about how many clock ticks there are in a second or does it have a more strong, physical stability? In my opinion, it must be not stable nor unstable. So ...
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How to find files created between hh:mm and HH:MM for any day?

For instance, find all files created between 20:00 and 23:30 for any day (not a specific day)? been going through man find and didn't see anything that would do this. Would I have to write my own ...
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How to get steady time on an Atmel xPlained SAMA5D3

I'm running Debian Jessie from an sdcard on an Atmel xPlained SAMA5D3 SBC. I have a python program which samples another device via serial line. Said device has a pretty reliable 20s countdown clock. ...
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What is the output of time command in Linux

0m0.043s This is what is obtained out of time command in Linux. Is that 0.043 milliseconds or 0.043 seconds?
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Current time in vmware

I am running Ubuntu 14.04 inside Vmware Player. However, Ubuntu doesn't seem to check for the current time. The time is usually off when I restart the virtual machine. How can I fix this so it will ...
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What are CPU time, user time, system time respectively?

I find someone asked a similar question, but my problem is NOT user-cpu-time, but user time vs system time vs cpu time. For example, the following info is what I got after a simulation on Linux: User ...
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Disable system time synchronisation

My system clock (which I can modify in UEFI) is working OK, but three hours behind me. It's always UTC+00, and changing it is useless because it often resets when my notebook runs out of battery. I ...
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Cygwin's timestamps are all off

My system time is set for CST, America/Chicago. It is currently 11:38 AM CST, 17:38 UTC, on 2014-01-08. It also affects ls, and any other program. I believe am running into time zone conversion ...
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How to use conditional formatting to highlight specific days of the week AND time periods?

This answer regarding formatting on date time information Excel 2010 Conditional Formatting - TIME is a very, very technical answer that, in truth, I don't really understand! Hey-ho, I can deal with ...
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NTP Stratum Inaccuracy [closed]

We're gearing up to have an argument regarding NTP stratum as an indicator of time accuracy. The statement that started the whole thing was: Stratum 5 can be four minutes off. My understanding ...
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VPNs and system time zones

If my computer takes its time from the internet, and the time zone is determined by the IP location, why doesn't using a VPN change the time zone, assuming the VPN server is in a different time zone?
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TIME of process not listed in ps on Cygwin

I am trying to find the TIME of a process which you would normally find in ps on a Unix based system but instead on Cygwin there is STIME which surely is not the same thing; I've tried to google for ...
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Linux ntpd service does not appear to be working

I’m running this flavor of Linux on identical machines … [dalvarado@machine2 ~]$ uname -a Linux mydomain.org 3.10.32-35.201.amzn1.x86_64 #1 SMP Thu Aug 14 22:00:02 UTC 2014 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 ...
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update time from a desired NTP once in windows

OK, I normally used to configure time from a machine (myservername) that is an advertized windows net time server in my domain net use \\myservername /set Well this set the time value of the server ...
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Chart labeling: durations in minutes and seconds

I am attempting to chart the durations of phone interactions. They are currently entered as time of day values (I did not build the workbook), even though they are actually duration values, and Excel ...