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Platinum Edition Using® Microsoft® Windows® XP by Brian Knittel, Robert Cowart

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Date and Time

The Date and Time applet has received a nice and very useful feature in Windows XP—but you'll only get to see it if your computer is not part of a Windows 2000 Active Directory domain environment. Figure 28.3 shows the new (and improved) Date and Time applet.

Figure 28.3. The Date and Time applet.

Looking at the Date and Time applet, the first thing that you notice is that there is an extra tab: Internet Time. The other two tabs, Date & Time and Time Zone, perform the same tasks they have since Windows 95.

From the Date & Time tab you can set the date and time your computer stores in CMOS and uses for date/time stamping of all files ...

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