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Setting clock on laptop toshiba need to find out how to change time on laptop pc

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The above answer is simple and correct. If you need to regularly change the time if for example your clock is not keeping time, then I suggest you load Atomic Clock which is a free app that will synch the item daily and keep your clock accurate.

http://www.worldtimeserver.com/atomic-clock/

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Click on the clock time and you can edit the time and date.

The clock time is on the bottom right hand side of the desktop.

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