24h windows clock


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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

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