Sync Clock

Check if your System is Automatically Synchronized.

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Check if your System is Automatically Synchronized

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Open https://time.is/ in a browser

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If your clock is not in sync you will see the differential between the synchronization of your machine

To Auto-Synchronize your Machine

macOS users

Referenced from here.

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On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Date & Time.

  1. You may need to click the lock icon , then enter an administrator name and password.
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Click Date & Time, then set the date and time automatically or manually.

  1. Automatically: Select “Set date and time automatically”, then choose the network time server for your region.
  2. Manually: Deselect “Set date and time automatically”, click today’s date on the calendar, drag the clock’s hands to show the correct time (or enter the time), then click Save.
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Click Time Zone, then set the time zone automatically or manually.

  1. Automatically: Select “Set time zone automatically using current location”.
  2. Manually: Deselect “Set time zone automatically using current location”, click a location on the map, click the Closest Town/City pop-up menu, then choose the town or city closest to your location.

Windows users

Referenced from here.

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Open Control Panel.

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    Click on Clock, Language, and Region.

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    Click on Date and Time.

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    Click on the Internet Time tab.

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    Click the Change settings button.

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    Check that the Synchronize with an internet time server option is selected.

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    Use the drop-down menu to select a different server.

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    Click the Update now button to synchronize the time with the new server.

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    Click OK.

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    Click Apply.

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    Click OK.

    Reconfirm your Machine is Synchronized

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    Visit https://time.is/ again and you should see the message “Your time is exact!”