I am based on the U.S. West Coast, or Pacific time zone. But I am travelling to meetings in other states several times each month. One nice feature, which has been in Windows for many versions, is the multiple clocks.
Above the time displayed in the task bar is my local time. Mouse over the time and the pop up shows my local time for this project in New York (or East Coast time zone). Super helpful.
But getting to the setup dialog to add an additional clock is more tedious than in past versions. The seemly obvious would be right-clicking on the clock and selecting ADJUST DATE/TIME, but this leads to a settings dialog that does not access the Additional Clocks settings 🙁
To add, or adjust, an additional clock my process is:
In the Cortana type LANGUAGE (yes, this does not make sense) and choose REGION AND LANGUAGE SETTINGS
Then select ADDITIONAL DATE, TIME & REGIONAL SETTINGS
This is the legacy Windows 7 Control Panel dialog (ughhh!), select ADD CLOCKS FOR DIFFERENT TIME ZONES
From the ADDITIONAL CLOCKS tab, turn on SHOW THIS CLOCK and select the TIME ZONE and give the clock a name (that will display in the pop up task bar clock)
Done (and that was a lot of effort getting to a buried feature)!
Troy @ TLC