You can change that anytime you want:

1. Click on your clock on the taskbar to bring up the Date and Time Properties

2. Click on the far right tab that says Internet Time.

3. There will be a field where your time server is listed. By default microsoft puts their server in there (time.windows.com)

4. Find a time server ip address from this listing or see below, then click on the server field with your mouse.

5. You can cut and paste, or just type the new one in, then click the apply button. Now you have a new time server. Click on Update Now to try it out and make sure there are no errors. You can always change back easily if anything goes wrong.

Here are some Time Servers:

time-a.nist.gov
129.6.15.28
NIST, Gaithersburg, Maryland

time-b.nist.gov
129.6.15.29
NIST, Gaithersburg, Maryland

time-a.timefreq.bldrdoc.gov
132.163.4.101
NIST, Boulder, Colorado

time-b.timefreq.bldrdoc.gov
132.163.4.102
NIST, Boulder, Colorado

time-c.timefreq.bldrdoc.gov
132.163.4.103
NIST, Boulder, Colorado

utcnist.colorado.edu
128.138.140.44
University of Colorado, Boulder

time.nist.gov
192.43.244.18
NCAR, Boulder, Colorado

time-nw.nist.gov
131.107.1.10
Microsoft, Redmond, Washington

nist1.symmetricom.com
69.25.96.13
Symmetricom, San Jose, California

nist1-dc.WiTime.net
216.200.93.8
WiTime, Virginia

nist1-ny.WiTime.net
208.184.49.9
WiTime, New York City

nist1-sj.WiTime.net
64.125.78.85
WiTime, San Jose, California

nist1.aol-ca.symmetricom.com
207.200.81.113
Summetricom, AOL facility, Sunnyvale, California

nist1.aol-va.symmetricom.com
64.236.96.53
Symmetricom, AOL facility, Virginia

nist1.columbiacountyga.gov
68.216.79.113
Columbia County, Georgia

nist.expertsmi.com
69.222.103.98
Monroe, Michigan

Posted 7 years ago
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