Your PC's system
clock is used to record the time whenever you create or
modify files on your PC. There are numerous services,
background processes, and even applications like the
Microsoft Store that rely on the system time to work
properly. If the time is net not set properly, these
apps or systems will fail and you will receive any error
You can synchronize the Windows system clock with an
Internet time server to match the time on the time
server. This will help ensure the clock's time on your
PC is accurate.
Your clock is typically automatically synced once a week
and needs to be connected to the Internet for the
synchronization to occur.
Click on Time & language
on the left side, and click on
Date & time on the right side
Click on the Sync now
button under Additional settings
on the right side
will see a checkmark indicating the time
has been successfully synced.
You can now close Settings