If the clock on your computer is displaying incorrect Date 0r Time, you can find below the steps to change Time & Date in Windows 11.
Change Time and Date in Windows 11
The Date and Time settings on a Windows computer are based on the choice of Country or Region as made by the user during the initial setup process.
Once the computer is setup, Windows 11 automatically keeps track of the date and time on the computer by connecting to an internet-based Windows Time Server.
In most cases, the problem of Windows computer showing incorrect time or date can be corrected by right-clicking on the clock and selecting the Sync option.
If this does not fix the problem, make sure the Time Zone is correct and manually change the Time or Date on your computer.
How to Manually Set Date & Time in Windows 11
Note: In order to manually set Date & Time on your computer, you need to be logged-in to your Admin Account.
Click on the Start button > Settings icon > select Time & Language tab in the left-pane. In the right-pane, click on Date & Time.
On Date & Time screen, move the toggle next to Set Time Automatically to OFF position.
Scroll down on the same screen and click on the Change button next to “Set the date and time manually” option.
On the next screen, use the drop-down arrows to set the right Date and Time and click on the Change button.
If the computer is not set to the right time zone, you can manually change the time zone by using the Time Zone drop-down menu.
How to Automatically Set Date & Time in Windows 11
By default, Windows 11 is set to automatically set and maintain its Date & Time by connecting to a Windows Time Server.
If you had changed this default setting for some reason, you can switch back to default setting and allow Windows 11 to automatically set time on your computer.
Click on the Start button > Settings Icon > select select Time & Language in the left-pane, In the right-pane, click on Date & Time.
On Date & Time settings screen, move the toggle next to Set Time Automatically to On position.
Scroll down on the same screen and make sure the Time Zone is correct. If it is not, click on the down arrow next to Time Zone and select the right Time Zone as applicable in your case.
On the same screen, scroll down to “Additional Settings” section and click on Sync Now.
This will force Windows 11 to update and set accurate Date and Time on your computer by connecting to Windows time server.
Note: The Change button becomes clickable only when Set Time Automatically option is disabled.
3. Change Time and Date Formats
If you want to, it is also possible to change the Date and Time Formats on your computer. This will change the way in which time and date are displayed on your computer.
Click on Start > Settings > select Time & Language in the left-pane. In the right-pane, scroll down and click on Language & Region.
On the pop-up, switch to Formats tab > use the down-arrows to select the Date and Time Format that you want to be displayed on your computer.
Once you are done, click on Apply and OK to save this change to the Date and Time Format on your computer.