If you or any of your family, friend, business partner lives in another time zone across the world the calculations needed to keep everything on target can sometimes become overwhelming.
This brings the need of displaying multiple time zone clocks to be on time and target. If you are using Windows 10 it can allow you to configure up to three different clocks. You can use them as the primary clock set to your local time, with two additional clocks for different time zones around the globe.
You can easily view all of these three clocks by clicking or hovering the mouse pointer over the clock in the system tray.
Add Multiple Time Zone in Windows 10
Open Settings by clicking the setting icon in the Start menu or type settings after pressing windows button from your keyboard.
Click on the option of Time & language.
Click on the link of Add clocks for different time zones.
A new Date & time window will open, select “Additional Clocks” tab, and check the box before Show this Clock to enable Clock 1.
Select the time zone or location that you want to have from the drop-down menu.
You can type a name or a description for the clock as well.
You can repeat the above-mentioned steps if you want to enable Clock 2 for you as well. Once you are done Click Apply and then Click OK to complete the task.
After completing these steps, you can view these clocks by clicking or hovering the mouse pointer over the clock in the system tray.