Saturday, 5 July 2014

Trick to Display your name after time in Taskbar

Today i am back with another Cool windows trick that is customizing the Taskbar of our windows. Infact we will be customizing the Data and time Setting to show up Any name instead of AM or PM. By default Windows shows us AM/PM after the time depending upon what timezone you are in. But We can edit add any name that you can think of  instead of AM/PM.

The trick itself is very simple but its fun to play with windows. I love to explore more and more about windows and so i found this technique which i am going to share with you all. So without wasting much time lets see how to display our own name after time in Taskbar of your Windows Computer.

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Displaying Your name after time In Windows


Try this  trick to add up your name in place of AM and PM beside time. Its very simple just follow the below simple steps.

Method 1:

Step 1: Directly Click on the Taskbar where it shows time. which is at Bottom right Corner of your screen.
Now Click on  "Change Date and time settings"
Step 2: Now a pop up window will show up, Click on Change Date and time, Now Click on "Change Calender settings"

Step 3: Click on Time Tab and Change the Value of AM symbol and PM Symbol to your own name.

Step 4: Now Click on Apply and Ok. Check your taskbar date and time section to see your name there.


Method 2:

If due to any reason you can perform the steps that are explained in Method 1, then don't worry you can try Below steps in Method 2.

Step 1: Navigate to -> Start -> Control Panel -> Regional and Language Option -> Click on Customize.

Step 2: Now Click on  TIME Tab -> Change AM symbol and PM symbol from AM and PM to your name, then click on Apply -> Ok.

You will your name now instead of AM or PM after the time in Taskbar. wasn't it so simple.

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