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System time hello could any one tell me wat does synchronizing system time mean.actually i hav to implement network time protocol for clock sync.does it mean oly synchronizing desktop clock r more than tht

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Syncronizing the time will set the BIOS time to the synced time aswell.

Syncing the time does exactly that it just changes the time on your system to the time of the server you are syncronzing with.

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