How to Show the Clock on all Monitors on Windows 11?

Users can easily display a clock on a multi-monitor setup using this method. It is a feature-rich app that supports light and dark modes, Windows 11 time and local formats, a one-click notification panel, and customizable alignment with different DPI settings.

You may have noticed that the new Windows 11 taskbar has been redesigned, but some useful features are gone. For example, you may have noticed that the Windows 11 taskbar no longer displays the clock and date icon when you have a second display connected. Here are some tips to bring back this handy feature. This risewindows article will explain how you can display the clock on all monitors on Windows 11.

How to Show the Clock on all Displays on Windows 11?

To show the clock on all displays on Windows 11, do the following:-

Step 1. Firstly, download ElevenClock from GitHub (around 42MB in size).

Step 2. Now, open the downloads folder and double-click on the ElevenClock.Installer.exe file.

Step 3. So, when Windows 11 prompts, click the More info.

Step 4. Then, click the Run anyway button at the bottom of the screen.

Step 5. After that, click Next.

Step 6. Here, read the license agreement and select the “I accept the agreement” checkbox. Click the Next button.

Step 7. Check or uncheck the “Create a desktop shortcut” checkbox according to your needs. Then click the Next button.

Step 8. Now, click the Install button.

Step 9. Finally, the installation of ElevenClock completes. Click the Finish button to launch the ElevenClock app.

ElevenClock will sit in the system tray and monitor your second display. When it finds a second monitor, it will display a clock on that monitor taskbar.

That’s it for the article.

I hope this article will be informative and valuable to you.

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Also read: ClocX: A Free Clock Widget for Windows 11/10

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