How to Show Multiple Clocks on Windows 11?


The option to display multiple clocks in the taskbar interface on Windows 11 can be used in various circumstances, including when working with co-workers or colleagues in different time zones or connecting with family and friends worldwide. Windows 11 allows you to display two additional clocks in the Notification Center calendar for various time zones. Also, because the calendar side menu no longer shows the current time, one of the clocks could be used to show the local time in the same interface.

This risewindows article guides you on how to show multiple clocks on Windows 11.

How to Display Multiple Clocks on Windows 11?

To show multiple clocks on Windows 11, do the following steps:-

Step 1. Firstly, open the Settings app by pressing Windows + I keys from the keyboard.


Step 2. Now, when Windows Settings opens, select the Time & language category from the left sidebar.

Step 3. Then, on the right sidebar, click the tab Date & time.


Step 4. After that, on the Date & time settings, scroll down to the bottom and select Additional clocks under Related links.

Step 5. Next, the “Date & time” window will open with the “Additional Clocks” tab selected.

Step 6. Now, on the “Additional Clocks” tab, check the box “Show this clock” and select the city’s time zone you want to display in the taskbar area. Then enter the name of the town you want to see in the clock area.

Quick Note: You can add up to two additional clocks.

Step 7. Then, click Apply.

Step 8. After that, select OK.

At any moment, if you want to view the time of the other clock that you have configured in the above steps, click the date and time on the taskbar. Then, a fly-out of the calendar will appear. On the top of the calendar, you can view the time of the other cities.

That’s it for the article.

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Also, read Best Free Desktop Clock Widgets for Windows 11 and 10

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