Select your time zone from the drop-down menu that appeared.Many people have reported problems with synchronizing their clocks with the internet time servers, especially time.windows.com, which seems to have a ton of problems with uptime.You will still be able to use Option Two to manually sync with your domain controller at any time.This will also show you the date and time of when your clock was last successfully synchronized with the name of the Internet server used.This means that the clock on your PC is updated to match the clock on the time server, which can help ensure that the clock's time on your PC is accurate.Your clock is typically automatically updated once a week and needs to be connected to the Internet for the synchronization to occur.If you are using Mc Afee or another firewall, you’ll need to use the configuration utility to unlock NPT access on UDP port 123.
Your clock will automatically synchronize with the domain controller instead.
The newly added time servers work, so the clock synchronizes more easily but still it does not do it 24 hours after the last synchronization, as I have set it up to. From time to time I went and tried to sync manually but I had to try twice or thrice for my computer clock to synchronize with the time servers Windows 10 provides by default.
I then went and set it to synchronize every 24 hours instead of the X number of days it takes by default. Hello Joanne, :) I assume that the tutorial below is the one you used to set the sync interval.
This tutorial will show you how to synchronize your PC's clock with an Internet time server for all users in Windows 10.
You must be signed in as an administrator to be able to synchronize the PC's clock.