Windows 10: Setting Of Time Format On Logon Screen

Discus and support Setting Of Time Format On Logon Screen in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Hello, Use Windows 10 Pro X64 (1909) in English. (The display language of the Windows is English with writing in Hebrew language ability) I have set... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by Mhaimonie, Jul 14, 2020.

  1. Mhaimonie Win User

    Setting Of Time Format On Logon Screen


    Hello,

    Use Windows 10 Pro X64 (1909) in English.
    (The display language of the Windows is English with writing in Hebrew language ability)

    I have set the area to > Israel
    The date and time > to Hebrew-Israeli format (24-hour clock)

    In the Windows itself, the clock appears on the taskbar as it should be in the Hebrew format of 24 hours (for example, the time now is: 20:40)
    But on the Windows logon screen, the clock appears in the format of AMSetting Of Time Format On Logon Screen :pM and it now displays the time: > > 8:40

    Once everything was fine on the Windows-screen Logon and the clock was a 24-hour Israeli format. Suddenly, it changed.
    How do I fix this?

    Attached images of settings in Windows.

    Thanks in advance

    :)
     
    Mhaimonie, Jul 14, 2020
    #1
  2. John Sarc Win User

    Changing Time Format

    Hi Mary,

    There's a possibility that the set up time format in your computer Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) is military time. To have this checked, you can try to reset the time of your computer through Control Panel. See the steps below on how to do
    so:

    • Open Control Panel > Clock, Language, and Region >
      Change date, time, or number formats. This would open the
      Region
      window.
    • From there, click on Additional settings at the bottom part. It will open the Customize Format.
    • Click Reset; then, OK.

    The steps should work; however, if not, we suggest that you contact manufacturer and have the BIOS time checked.

    Let us know what happens after doing the suggestions .
     
    John Sarc, Jul 14, 2020
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  3. Rose Cal Win User
    Lock Screen shows wrong time format

    You can try another solution, follow these steps below:

    • Click on Start button and select Settings.
    • Click on Time and Language.
    • Click on Change date and time formats.
    • You can change it to 24 hours.
    • Check if the lock screen change also.

    Keep us posted if you need further help.
     
    Rose Cal, Jul 14, 2020
    #3
  4. Rose Cal Win User

    Setting Of Time Format On Logon Screen

    Lock Screen shows wrong time format

    Hi,

    Incorrect time format settings can be one of the possible reason why you your lock screen displays 12 hours. Kindly follow these steps:

    • Open Control Panel and select Clock, Language, and Region.
    • Click Region and select Administrative tab.

    Setting Of Time Format On Logon Screen 83af0411-7871-4a91-a31b-a9e0d1b71bba.png


    This will provide you steps how you can edit the time format in your computer.

    Let us know if you need more assistance.

    Regards
     
    Rose Cal, Jul 14, 2020
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