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Date format change in Win 10.

How may I change the date format in Win 10 to include the day, too?

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Clarification Request
Since this could be on the taskbar or in an app.

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Let's here where it needs to change.

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Change Win 10 date format in taskbar.

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How may I change the date format using Win 10 (taskbar) to include the day (dddd)?

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The simplest fix is

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Example from my W10 PC right now.

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Here's what show when I let the taskbar be tall enough to show the day.

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Re: date format

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As I read your question, you want to see a day name (Saturday) in the date format of the taskbar. Alas, in the Settings that only available in the LONG date notation: dddd d MMMM yyyy (so Saturday 22 September 201Cool. There is not a single notation (short or long, that offers 3-letter day names (Sat).

Moreover, I'm afraid the taskbar uses the SHORT date notation only. There are day name options there. Seems a change request for Microsoft. Become an 'insider' and ask.

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Clock change

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right click clock
click adjust date and time,
if box shows at bottom adjust date time and click. then click change date and time,
double check change region which can be fun cause some have two in single region and off sets time incorrectly. if in wrong region.

you can click and check notify me of time change. or helper link
How do i change date and time and region.

anything you want to know as long as your non SSD or have alot of harddrive is to down help library in full which will answer all your questions. Happy

to do this go into any windows page or open documents right click help or ?
goto options and you will see update library, click and large download will happen.

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