I'm having a problem with my new laptop, a Windows 7 Pro 64-bit machine, where I cannot change the display of the clock in the system tray. I know how to change the displayed format of the clock, and my taskbar is not locked, but it simply won't switch to a new display. I used TCLOCKEX for years on my old XP (and my current work 32-bit windows 7), but it simply doesn't work on my 64 bit machine (although it does in the XP emulator). As this is my first ever 64 bit machine, I know lots of older apps may not work, so does anyone have an alternative they can suggest? Better, an explanation of why the stock system clock is NOT working? But regardless, 64 bit or not, it should be changeable in the default app, right?