Daylight saving time ended at 2 am, but at least one of our Windows 10 PCs did not notice. Windows 10 is set to update the clock automatically. We have also seen some similar reports online.
Yes, there is another Windows 10 error
This problem occurred on a PC that was turned off when the clock was changed. When we turned it on later in the morning, it never bothered to update the time. In other words, this PC reports real time one hour ahead. The PC had several hours to update the clock after we turned it on, but it never bothered.
This PC is running Windows 1
We do not know how many people had this problem, but we can already see that we are not alone. Make sure you check the clocks on your Windows 10 PCs just in case.
How to Fix Your PC's Time
Obviously, Microsoft should fix the bigger issue. If Windows does not have time to update the PC clock after the end of daylight saving time, you can quickly set the clock yourself.
To correct your PC's time, go to Settings> Time and Language> Date and Time.
You can also right-click on the clock area in Windows 10 and select "Adjust Date / Time" to quickly open this preference area.
The option "Set time automatically" should be activated. Click the switch below to turn it off and set it to Off.
After disabling this option, click the switch again to turn it back on. Windows contacts an internet time server and updates the time of your PC at the correct time.
Manually setting the clock of the PC
If switching between "Set Time Automatically" is not activated Your problem may be set manually for some reason. Simply deactivate the "Set time automatically" option and click the "Change" button to enter a time.
If Windows does not properly detect the time zone you are in, you can disable "Automatically set time zone" option. Scroll down and manually enter your time zone here.