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The Windows Taskbar Clock displays the date and time. Day, month and year are displayed – and hours and minutes are seconds. In this post we see how to display the second in the clock taskbar with the registry in Windows 10 v1607 or third freeware under Windows 7/8/10.
Before continuing, it is important to know why Microsoft has not integrated this capability into the Windows operating system. Was the constant blinking of the large intestine too disturbing?
The two blinking dots and the constantly updated time killed our reference numbers. On machines with only 4 MB RAM (the minimum memory required for Windows 95), the 4K RAM savings had a notable impact on benchmarks. The flashing of the clock every second prevented not only the code paths for text reading, but also the taskbar window procedure, stack and data memory, and all context structures related to the Explorer process from being switched. Add to that all the memory that was still available, and you had significantly more than 4K.
Now that we know why the Windows taskbar clock does not display the seconds, let’s move on.
We have already seen how to add the day of the week to the taskbar clock, now let’s see if we can add seconds to the taskbar time.
Display seconds in the clock taskbar
There is no way to display seconds in the taskbar under Windows 8 or Windows 7. However, with Windows 10 v1607, you can do this by customizing the registry.
If you simply want to display seconds in the Windows taskbar, you must use free third-party tools such as T-Clock Redux or TClockEx.
T-Clock Redux within an improved range of Stoic Joker’s T-Clock 2010. It also runs on Windows 8.1/7 and Windows 10. TClockEx clock.
Users under Windows 10 v1607, can open Windows Registry, navigate to the following registry key
Create a new REG_DWORD, name it ShowSecondsInSystemClock and give it the value 1.
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