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Have you tried clicking on it? It should bring up a small screen where you can change the date and time.

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On a Windows PC, you can double-click on the digital clock down in the right-hand bottom corner and a dialog will pop up allowing you to change the date, time, etc. If the clock does not appear in the system tray (bottom-right), then open the control panel from the start menu and double-click 'Date and Time'.

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