One of the things we take for granted is that clocks show the current time.
When your system’s internal clock loses its time, it can interrupt scheduled tasks or lead to weird Windows errors.
(step 3 in the linked guide) sits on your motherboard, go buy it, start over, and exchange the battery.
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If you want to go further and change the time server, scroll further down in the above window and click Additional date, time, & region settings.
At present, this will take you to the old Control Panel.
To fix your time zone in Windows 10, right-click the system clock in your Taskbar and select Adjust date/time.The CMOS battery makes sure the chip can store this data even while the computer is turned off and not hooked up to power.If the battery goes bad, the chip starts losing information and one of the symptoms is that your computer no longer maintains its time and date.Under Date and Time, click Set the time and date, which opens another window.Switch to the Internet Time tab, click Change Settings, and now you can add an Internet time server of your choice, which your system will use to synchronize the time.