The timesync programme does it all for you to & v easy to use..Derek27 wrote: ↑Wed Dec 30, 2020 12:02 pmThe first of those links suggest editing the registry to add time servers (I think you can change the frequency of syncs as well), the second suggests 3rd party software.firlandsfarm wrote: ↑Wed Dec 30, 2020 10:08 amDerek, no need to hack the Registry. If you Google "synchronise windows clock" you will get what in practical reality is an infinite list of advice and options. A couple from the top that may help are Using Time Servers and Internet Atomic Time.
I use DS Clock. Not only does it sync the time but it plays the Westminister chimes every 15 minutes. I was just saying it's quite bizarre that Microsoft jam-pack Windows 10 with useless features that nobody's likely to want, yet leave crucial services to 3rd party vendors.
When I looked into this it looked like MS had a problem in the 2000s' that meant their world servers were out of sync & if your PC had sync'd with one of the wrong ones it was wrong and stayed wrong - I only noticed when trading greyhound markets and they seemed to go off about 20 seconds before everyone else - at least according to my clock )