Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by canadian_divx, Dec 9, 2002.
how can change the windows clock to a 24 hour clock insted of the normal 12 hour
Open Regional Settings in the control panel, and in the Time format box, use HH instead of the single lowercase h. This will also display a leading 0 for times less than noon. To get rid of the leading zero in those instances, use one H instead.
This is how Win2k does it, so I'll bet it's the same for XP (I'm at work with no access to an XP box)
thanks man that helped,it is a little different 2k tho it is that you just have to put a cap H in but thanks for pointing me in the right direction
No problem. I got the answer from window's help. I think it's about the only time that the help actually helped