How to coordinate the clock when dual-booting with Windows

Kevin O'Gorman kogorman at
Mon Dec 11 04:46:12 UTC 2017

On Sun, Dec 10, 2017 at 12:59 PM, Grizzly via ubuntu-users <
ubuntu-users at> wrote:

> 10 December 2017  at 16:45, Liam Proven wrote:
> Re: How to coordinate the clock whe (at least in part)
> >On 10 December 2017 at 10:42, Colin Law <clanlaw at> wrote:
> >>
> >> The clock is not normally an issue when dual booting.
> >It bally well is for me!
> >E.g. if it's set to local time, both OSes move the system clock
> >forward or backwards when daylight savings times begins or ends,
> >resulting in a 2h discrepancy.
> Set the windows side to sync (third tab internet time) with the time
> server of
> your choice, that way if/when you boot Wondowz it will check first? (or
> maybe
> it will  change then check then adjust, who can tell with windowz)

I have no idea how to follow those instructions.  I don't see tabs, for one
I'm running ordinary Win 10, looking in the Settings widget, sometimes
arrived at by right-clicking the date and time in the taskbar and clicking
"Adjust date and time".

Kevin O'Gorman
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