Vista usually displays your local time in the lower-right corner of the Desktop, but it can also be configured to simultaneously display the time for other locations as well. You can add up to two more time zones to your local time. This could be handy if you travel frequently across different time zones or you have interact with your friends or relative in a different time zone.
Here is how to set up Vista for multiple clocks.
- Right click on the time in the System Tray.
- Select Adjust Date/Time
- Click on the Additional Clocks tab.
- Here you can create clocks for one or two extra time zones.
Although Vista will still show only your local time in the System Tray, when you put the mouse cursor over the time display, the additional clocks will appear. If you click on the time, you will see all the clocks in the analogue style.
Though Vista’s ability to show multiple timezones is not as advanced or feature-full as some of the third party tools, it should be perfectly usable for most people.