There are a lot of ways to personalize your Windows Vista. In fact, you can create a custom control panel, you can get a nice personalized desktop, you can tweak the operating system in many ways, or have a nice boot-screen and start-up. Now, with this article you will also be able to personalize the clock in the system tray, by writing whatever you want. Something unique to let everybody using your computer know that you know your way when it comes to tweaking and hacking your machine.
- Click Start.
- In the Search bar, type regional and hit Enter.
- In the Format tab, click the Customize this format button.
- Select the Time tab and, in the AM symbol and PM symbol option, add whatever you want (e.g. your name).
- Click OK.
- Keep in mind that by using this trick, you will change more than the displayed clock. As a matter of fact, from now on, whenever you add the time on your documents, you will see the custom writing you added next to the AM/PM symbol.
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