Windows 11 will automatically set the date and time formats based on your location. Generally, you will give this location information by choosing the country you live in a while setting up Windows 11. As most of you know, almost every country follows its date and time formats.
The default date and time format are good enough for most people. However, if the default Windows Date or Time format is not to your liking or if you want to change it to something logical or readily understandable, you can do that by modifying the regional settings. For example, you will see dates like 12-09-2021 and times like 15:48 (if you 24 hrs time format). If you want to see a different format, such as slashes instead of dashes, you can easily change that in Windows Settings.
How to Change Dates Format on Windows 11?
Follow the below-mentioned steps to change the date format on your PC:-
Step 1. First, open the Settings app by pressing
Step 2. Now, when Windows Settings opens, select the
Step 3. Then, click the
Step 4. After that, on the Language & Region settings page, scroll down to find the Related settings section.
Step 5. Next, click the option
Step 6. Now, a new pop-up window will open. Then, navigate to
Step 7. After that, on the Customize Format dialog, select the
Step 8. So, under the Date formats section, select any Short date and edit them according to your choice. For instance, we have used dots (dd.mm.yy) for the date format.
After completing it, click the
Step 9. Next, to change the time format similarly, navigate to the [/keybt]Time[/keybt] tab and edit the Short time format you want to see in the taskbar.
Step 10. Now, click
Step 11. Then, click
Step 12. After that, click
Step 13. So, click
Finally, you can close the Settings app. All the settings are stored automatically.
That’s it for the article.
I hope this post will be helpful to you.
Good luck, guys.
Also, read How to Change Regional Format in Windows 11?