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Control your Time Zone from a Command Prompt in Windows 7


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Windows 7 includes tzutil.exe, which is a command line utility that lets you set or change

the time zone or get details on the current time zone.

 

To change the time zone, use the /s command.

For example, tzutil /s "universal standard time".

 

To display the current time zone, use the /g command.

For example, tzutil /g.

 

To get a list of all available time zones, use the /l command.

For example, tzutil /l.

 

 

 

An easy way to open the Run Command Window is to use the following key combination:

Windows Key and the R key

next, type cmd into the window that opens.

next type your timezone command at the c prompt:

 

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