In windows 11, you can show the clock in all taskbars on all displays

How to

If you are using multiple displays, Windows 11 can be configured to show the clock on all taskbars on all displays. Here is how to do it.

One of the best ways to improve performance is to use multiple displays. When using multiple displays, you get more usable screen real estate and can place all active Windows in a way that improves workflow.

When two or more displays are connected, Windows will present several options for configuring how to manage all the displays.

Windows does not show the clock in the task bar on all displays by default. Instead, it displays the clock on the main taskbar, i.e., the taskbar on the main display.

If the main display is centered and functioning as the main display, the clock on that taskbar will be displayed without any problem. If not, however, you can configure Windows to show the clock on all taskbars on all displays . This way, no matter which monitor you are looking at, you will see the clocks on the taskbar.

Now, we will show you how to show the clocks on all taskbars on all displays in a few simple steps.

Show Clocks on All Taskbars on All Displays

Note: In recent versions of Windows 11, the taskbar clocks are now visible on all displays. Therefore, there is no need to use your own settings or software. However, if you wish to customize the appearance of the clock, use the software described below.

To customize the taskbar clock, use free open source software called ElevenClock. It is a fairly lightweight software and there is only one thing to do. It is easy to use and uses much less system resources. It also offers many options for customizing the appearance of the taskbar clock.

First, visit the GitHub Web site to download the latest ElevenClock software.

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Once downloaded, install by running the EXE file as you would any other Windows application.

Once installed, the software will be active. ElevenClock

Right click on the clock in the taskbar and select “ElevenClock Settings” to customize the clock.

From the settings, you can replace the clock, size the clock, show or hide the clock on certain displays, move the clock location, change the appearance of the clock, change the date and time format, and much more.

Try different settings and find the one that best suits your needs.

We hope you find this simple and easy guide to working with Windows helpful.

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