My date is always correct, but my time is always wrong. Example: Right now it is 8:50 am, but my clock in Windows says 1:50 pm. Here is the situation:
My system is dual bootable, Ubuntu or Windows 10. Ubuntu shows the correct time. I think this rules out a bad cmos battery.
Windows 10 always shows the wrong time. Location settings are correct, time zone settings are correct.
When I select to keep time manually, (turning off the autosync) It is fine. When I reboot, it is wrong again. When I select to automatically have windows set my time, it is fine. When I reboot, it is wrong again.
I’ve gotten to where I keep a clock next to my computer, and fix the time each time I boot into windows….. but there has to be an actual solution.
I suggest you to follow the below steps to change the settings of time and time zone:
- Press “Windows+X” and click on “control panel”.
- On the left hand side click on “clock, language and region”.
- Click on “change time zone”.
- And then click on the tab “internet time” and click on “change settings”.
- Check the box “synchronize with an internet time server” and also select the option “time.windows.com” from the drop down and click on “ok” and check if the issue persists.