Windows XP Date and Time, No Date

W

W. eWatson

When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
the day of the week too. Often hovering over it with the mouse does
nothing, which causes me to then open the dialog to find out.
 
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Tim Meddick

No, it will only ever show you the time in hours and minutes *only*!

If you want the clock to show more than that, there's a very small (47Kb) program
that can make it do all sorts including define what pops up on mouse-hover and
displaying the date / seconds in the taskbar.

Then download the [free] program TClock.exe from :
http://homepage1.nifty.com/kazubon/tclockl...ht-040702-3.zip

==

Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)




"W. eWatson" wrote in message
news:h5uve2$6gf$1@news.eternal-september.org...
> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show the day of
> the week too. Often hovering over it with the mouse does nothing, which causes me
> to then open the dialog to find out.
 
K

Ken Blake, MVP

On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
wrote:

> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
> the day of the week too.



You have two choices:

1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.

2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
and not as good, program).


--
Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP - Windows Desktop Experience
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Bennett Marco

"Ken Blake, MVP" wrote:

>On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
> wrote:
>
>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
>> the day of the week too.

>
>
>You have two choices:
>
>1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
>
>2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
>as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
>is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
>and not as good, program).

HUH?

I have XP on my laptop, and with a double-high taskbar, it shows time
on top, the day beneath, and the date beneath that - and I don't have
Tclock or "ex" installed.
 
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Tim Meddick

Bennett,
Windows XP does *not* display anything but hours, minutes and am / pm (if
12hr time
is selected).

Therefore, you simply *must* have some pre-installed application installed, or you
are *not* running Windows XP!

==

Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)




"Bennett Marco" wrote in message
news:271685lj27iam2angm03r8fed5hak5gm8c@4ax.com...
> "Ken Blake, MVP" wrote:
>
>>On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
>> wrote:
>>
>>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
>>> the day of the week too.

>>
>>
>>You have two choices:
>>
>>1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
>>
>>2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
>>as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
>>is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
>>and not as good, program).
>
> HUH?
>
> I have XP on my laptop, and with a double-high taskbar, it shows time
> on top, the day beneath, and the date beneath that - and I don't have
> Tclock or "ex" installed.
 
B

Bennett Marco

"Tim Meddick" wrote:

>Bennett,
> Windows XP does *not* display anything but hours, minutes and am / pm (if
>12hr time
>is selected).
>
>Therefore, you simply *must* have some pre-installed application installed, or you
>are *not* running Windows XP!
>
>==
>
>Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)


I can gaaaar-ohn-TEE you that it's running XP. I've been using PCs
since DOS 3.x and although I'm no expert, I at least know what OS I'm
running.

Perhaps Toshiba laptops come with such a utility pre-installed.


>"Bennett Marco" wrote in message
>news:271685lj27iam2angm03r8fed5hak5gm8c@4ax.com...
>> "Ken Blake, MVP" wrote:
>>
>>>On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
>>>> the day of the week too.
>>>
>>>
>>>You have two choices:
>>>
>>>1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
>>>
>>>2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
>>>as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
>>>is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
>>>and not as good, program).

>>
>> HUH?
>>
>> I have XP on my laptop, and with a double-high taskbar, it shows time
>> on top, the day beneath, and the date beneath that - and I don't have
>> Tclock or "ex" installed.
>
>
 
K

Ken Blake, MVP

On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 19:27:18 +0100, "Tim Meddick"
wrote:

> Bennett,
> Windows XP does *not* display anything but hours, minutes and am / pm (if
> 12hr time
> is selected).
>
> Therefore, you simply *must* have some pre-installed application installed, or you
> are *not* running Windows XP!




Sorry, Tim, but that's not correct. See my first suggestion, quoted
below. Have you tried it?



> "Bennett Marco" wrote in message
> news:271685lj27iam2angm03r8fed5hak5gm8c@4ax.com...
> > "Ken Blake, MVP" wrote:
> >
> >>On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
> >> wrote:
> >>
> >>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
> >>> the day of the week too.
> >>
> >>
> >>You have two choices:
> >>
> >>1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
> >>
> >>2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
> >>as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
> >>is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
> >>and not as good, program).

> >
> > HUH?
> >
> > I have XP on my laptop, and with a double-high taskbar, it shows time
> > on top, the day beneath, and the date beneath that - and I don't have
> > Tclock or "ex" installed.
>
>

--
Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP - Windows Desktop Experience
Please Reply to the Newsgroup
 
U

Unknown

You are absolutely wrong Tim! I don't have anything but XP installed and if
I triple the task bar
I get time, day and date. Doubling the task bar gives time and day.
"Tim Meddick" wrote in message
news:et4gKq3GKHA.4760@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
> Bennett,
> Windows XP does *not* display anything but hours, minutes and
> am / pm (if 12hr time
> is selected).
>
> Therefore, you simply *must* have some pre-installed application
> installed, or you
> are *not* running Windows XP!
>
> ==
>
> Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)
>
>
>
>
> "Bennett Marco" wrote in message
> news:271685lj27iam2angm03r8fed5hak5gm8c@4ax.com...
>> "Ken Blake, MVP" wrote:
>>
>>>On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to
>>>> show
>>>> the day of the week too.
>>>
>>>
>>>You have two choices:
>>>
>>>1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
>>>
>>>2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
>>>as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
>>>is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
>>>and not as good, program).

>>
>> HUH?
>>
>> I have XP on my laptop, and with a double-high taskbar, it shows time
>> on top, the day beneath, and the date beneath that - and I don't have
>> Tclock or "ex" installed.
>
>
>
 
J

John John - MVP

If you slide the Taskbar to double height it will show the day and date
along with the time. But then you will have a big ugly taskbar taking
up more real estate on the desktop...

John

Tim Meddick wrote:
> Bennett,
> Windows XP does *not* display anything but hours, minutes and am / pm (if
> 12hr time
> is selected).
>
> Therefore, you simply *must* have some pre-installed application installed, or you
> are *not* running Windows XP!
>
> ==
>
> Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)
>
>
>
>
> "Bennett Marco" wrote in message
> news:271685lj27iam2angm03r8fed5hak5gm8c@4ax.com...
>> "Ken Blake, MVP" wrote:
>>
>>> On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
>>>> the day of the week too.
>>>
>>> You have two choices:
>>>
>>> 1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
>>>
>>> 2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
>>> as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
>>> is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
>>> and not as good, program).

>> HUH?
>>
>> I have XP on my laptop, and with a double-high taskbar, it shows time
>> on top, the day beneath, and the date beneath that - and I don't have
>> Tclock or "ex" installed.
>
>
>
 
J

john

"Bennett Marco" wrote in message
news:271685lj27iam2angm03r8fed5hak5gm8c@4ax.com...
>
> HUH?
>
> I have XP on my laptop, and with a double-high taskbar, it shows time
> on top, the day beneath, and the date beneath that - and I don't have
> Tclock or "ex" installed.


Same here.

With the taskbar only double-high, I see three lines of time/date:
3:20PM
Wednesday
8/12/2009

maybe something to do with your regional settings?
I know I altered mine, or at least the time format.
 
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Tim Meddick

I certainly wasn't trying to cast aspersions on your ability to know what OS you're
running!

I did say, it's got to be the one thing or the other...

==

Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)




"Bennett Marco" wrote in message
news:m03685lg7a2euatlkrnl93hjaa7s0pi8gi@4ax.com...
> "Tim Meddick" wrote:
>
>>Bennett,
>> Windows XP does *not* display anything but hours, minutes and am / pm
>> (if
>>12hr time
>>is selected).
>>
>>Therefore, you simply *must* have some pre-installed application installed, or you
>>are *not* running Windows XP!
>>
>>==
>>
>>Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)

>
> I can gaaaar-ohn-TEE you that it's running XP. I've been using PCs
> since DOS 3.x and although I'm no expert, I at least know what OS I'm
> running.
>
> Perhaps Toshiba laptops come with such a utility pre-installed.
>
>
>>"Bennett Marco" wrote in message
>>news:271685lj27iam2angm03r8fed5hak5gm8c@4ax.com...
>>> "Ken Blake, MVP" wrote:
>>>
>>>>On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
>>>>> the day of the week too.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>You have two choices:
>>>>
>>>>1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
>>>>
>>>>2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
>>>>as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
>>>>is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
>>>>and not as good, program).
>>>
>>> HUH?
>>>
>>> I have XP on my laptop, and with a double-high taskbar, it shows time
>>> on top, the day beneath, and the date beneath that - and I don't have
>>> Tclock or "ex" installed.

>>
>>
 
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Tim Meddick

Ken,
If you had bothered to read my first reply to this thread, you would have
noticed that I actually included the direct download link to TClock which I
recommended before you sent your first reply.

I meant and still say that it is not possible to display anything but the current
hours and minutes (plus am /pm if 12hr selected) in NATIVE Windows settings.

You NEED a 3rd-party app - like TClock!

==

Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)




"Ken Blake, MVP" wrote in message
news:1o268513kr0ntg9n7n9ecug4pc4iur4m1q@4ax.com...
> On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 19:27:18 +0100, "Tim Meddick"
> wrote:
>
>> Bennett,
>> Windows XP does *not* display anything but hours, minutes and am / pm
>> (if
>> 12hr time
>> is selected).
>>
>> Therefore, you simply *must* have some pre-installed application installed, or you
>> are *not* running Windows XP!

>
>
>
> Sorry, Tim, but that's not correct. See my first suggestion, quoted
> below. Have you tried it?
>
>
>
>> "Bennett Marco" wrote in message
>> news:271685lj27iam2angm03r8fed5hak5gm8c@4ax.com...
>> > "Ken Blake, MVP" wrote:
>> >
>> >>On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
>> >> wrote:
>> >>
>> >>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
>> >>> the day of the week too.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>You have two choices:
>> >>
>> >>1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
>> >>
>> >>2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
>> >>as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
>> >>is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
>> >>and not as good, program).
>> >
>> > HUH?
>> >
>> > I have XP on my laptop, and with a double-high taskbar, it shows time
>> > on top, the day beneath, and the date beneath that - and I don't have
>> > Tclock or "ex" installed.

>>
>>
>
> --
> Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP - Windows Desktop Experience
> Please Reply to the Newsgroup
 
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Tim Meddick

Ken, I apologise, it does as you say,

Not sure how I could have missed this ability after messing with Windows settings for
fifteen years...
but I did!

==

Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)




"Ken Blake, MVP" wrote in message
news:1o268513kr0ntg9n7n9ecug4pc4iur4m1q@4ax.com...
> On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 19:27:18 +0100, "Tim Meddick"
> wrote:
>
>> Bennett,
>> Windows XP does *not* display anything but hours, minutes and am / pm
>> (if
>> 12hr time
>> is selected).
>>
>> Therefore, you simply *must* have some pre-installed application installed, or you
>> are *not* running Windows XP!

>
>
>
> Sorry, Tim, but that's not correct. See my first suggestion, quoted
> below. Have you tried it?
>
>
>
>> "Bennett Marco" wrote in message
>> news:271685lj27iam2angm03r8fed5hak5gm8c@4ax.com...
>> > "Ken Blake, MVP" wrote:
>> >
>> >>On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
>> >> wrote:
>> >>
>> >>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
>> >>> the day of the week too.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>You have two choices:
>> >>
>> >>1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
>> >>
>> >>2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
>> >>as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
>> >>is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
>> >>and not as good, program).
>> >
>> > HUH?
>> >
>> > I have XP on my laptop, and with a double-high taskbar, it shows time
>> > on top, the day beneath, and the date beneath that - and I don't have
>> > Tclock or "ex" installed.

>>
>>
>
> --
> Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP - Windows Desktop Experience
> Please Reply to the Newsgroup
 
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Tim Meddick

I apologise it does indeed display the date also (if pulled to two / three times
single height).

Don't quite know how I could have missed this, but I did. Sorry

==

Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)




"Unknown" wrote in message
news:O9QOi03GKHA.1488@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
> You are absolutely wrong Tim! I don't have anything but XP installed and if I
> triple the task bar
> I get time, day and date. Doubling the task bar gives time and day.
> "Tim Meddick" wrote in message
> news:et4gKq3GKHA.4760@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
>> Bennett,
>> Windows XP does *not* display anything but hours, minutes and am / pm
>> (if 12hr time
>> is selected).
>>
>> Therefore, you simply *must* have some pre-installed application installed, or you
>> are *not* running Windows XP!
>>
>> ==
>>
>> Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> "Bennett Marco" wrote in message
>> news:271685lj27iam2angm03r8fed5hak5gm8c@4ax.com...
>>> "Ken Blake, MVP" wrote:
>>>
>>>>On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
>>>>> the day of the week too.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>You have two choices:
>>>>
>>>>1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
>>>>
>>>>2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
>>>>as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
>>>>is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
>>>>and not as good, program).
>>>
>>> HUH?
>>>
>>> I have XP on my laptop, and with a double-high taskbar, it shows time
>>> on top, the day beneath, and the date beneath that - and I don't have
>>> Tclock or "ex" installed.

>>
>>
>>
>
>
 
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Tim Meddick

Marco,
I got this terribly wrong just now and have to admit it.

Sorry.

I somehow missed this ability of the Taskbar to display the day / date if pulled to
two or three times it's single height.

I'm an idiot, please forgive me.

==

Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)




"Bennett Marco" wrote in message
news:m03685lg7a2euatlkrnl93hjaa7s0pi8gi@4ax.com...
> "Tim Meddick" wrote:
>
>>Bennett,
>> Windows XP does *not* display anything but hours, minutes and am / pm
>> (if
>>12hr time
>>is selected).
>>
>>Therefore, you simply *must* have some pre-installed application installed, or you
>>are *not* running Windows XP!
>>
>>==
>>
>>Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)

>
> I can gaaaar-ohn-TEE you that it's running XP. I've been using PCs
> since DOS 3.x and although I'm no expert, I at least know what OS I'm
> running.
>
> Perhaps Toshiba laptops come with such a utility pre-installed.
>
>
>>"Bennett Marco" wrote in message
>>news:271685lj27iam2angm03r8fed5hak5gm8c@4ax.com...
>>> "Ken Blake, MVP" wrote:
>>>
>>>>On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
>>>>> the day of the week too.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>You have two choices:
>>>>
>>>>1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
>>>>
>>>>2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
>>>>as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
>>>>is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
>>>>and not as good, program).
>>>
>>> HUH?
>>>
>>> I have XP on my laptop, and with a double-high taskbar, it shows time
>>> on top, the day beneath, and the date beneath that - and I don't have
>>> Tclock or "ex" installed.

>>
>>
 
W

W. eWatson

Ken Blake, MVP wrote:
> On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
> wrote:
>
>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
>> the day of the week too.

>
>
> You have two choices:
>
> 1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
>
> 2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
> as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
> is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
> and not as good, program).
>
>
I don't see a way to widen it. Properties is of no help. I'd rather not
install another program.
 
B

Bennett Marco

"Tim Meddick" wrote:

>Ken, I apologise, it does as you say,
>
>Not sure how I could have missed this ability after messing with Windows settings for
>fifteen years...
>but I did!


SO... I was right, hmm????
 
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Tim Meddick

John,
I have got this terribly wrong just now and have to admit it.

I can only say that I was a little confused by an earlier thread I was involved with,
where the OP was asking about displaying *seconds* in the Taskbar clock.

I can guarantee that this is *not* possible with native Windows settings and does
require the use of a 3rd-party application to display seconds.

But I was wrong about displaying the date and for this I must apologise, as I have
attempted to do so with the other posters in this thread.

==

Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)




"John John - MVP" wrote in message
news:emFzlC4GKHA.4376@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
> If you slide the Taskbar to double height it will show the day and date along with
> the time. But then you will have a big ugly taskbar taking up more real estate on
> the desktop...
>
> John
>
> Tim Meddick wrote:
>> Bennett,
>> Windows XP does *not* display anything but hours, minutes and am / pm
>> (if 12hr time
>> is selected).
>>
>> Therefore, you simply *must* have some pre-installed application installed, or you
>> are *not* running Windows XP!
>>
>> ==
>>
>> Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. :)
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> "Bennett Marco" wrote in message
>> news:271685lj27iam2angm03r8fed5hak5gm8c@4ax.com...
>>> "Ken Blake, MVP" wrote:
>>>
>>>> On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
>>>>> the day of the week too.
>>>>
>>>> You have two choices:
>>>>
>>>> 1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
>>>>
>>>> 2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
>>>> as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
>>>> is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
>>>> and not as good, program).
>>> HUH?
>>>
>>> I have XP on my laptop, and with a double-high taskbar, it shows time
>>> on top, the day beneath, and the date beneath that - and I don't have
>>> Tclock or "ex" installed.

>>
>>
 
B

Bennett Marco

"W. eWatson" wrote:

>Ken Blake, MVP wrote:
>> On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
>> wrote:
>>
>>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
>>> the day of the week too.

>>
>>
>> You have two choices:
>>
>> 1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
>>
>> 2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
>> as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
>> is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
>> and not as good, program).
>>
>>
>I don't see a way to widen it. Properties is of no help. I'd rather not
>install another program.

Right-click, unlock, drag, lock.
 
K

Ken Blake, MVP

On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 20:54:01 +0100, "Tim Meddick"
wrote:

>
> Ken, I apologise, it does as you say,
>
> Not sure how I could have missed this ability after messing with Windows settings for
> fifteen years...
> but I did!



No problem, Tim. None of us is perfect, and we all miss some things.
But I'm glad you tried it and saw that I was right.




> "Ken Blake, MVP" wrote in message
> news:1o268513kr0ntg9n7n9ecug4pc4iur4m1q@4ax.com...
> > On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 19:27:18 +0100, "Tim Meddick"
> > wrote:
> >
> >> Bennett,
> >> Windows XP does *not* display anything but hours, minutes and am / pm
> >> (if
> >> 12hr time
> >> is selected).
> >>
> >> Therefore, you simply *must* have some pre-installed application installed, or you
> >> are *not* running Windows XP!

> >
> >
> >
> > Sorry, Tim, but that's not correct. See my first suggestion, quoted
> > below. Have you tried it?
> >
> >
> >
> >> "Bennett Marco" wrote in message
> >> news:271685lj27iam2angm03r8fed5hak5gm8c@4ax.com...
> >> > "Ken Blake, MVP" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >>On Wed, 12 Aug 2009 10:42:43 -0700, "W. eWatson"
> >> >> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >>> When I look at the task bar, it shows only the time. I'd like it to show
> >> >>> the day of the week too.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>You have two choices:
> >> >>
> >> >>1. Drag the Task to being two lines wide.
> >> >>
> >> >>2. Download and install a freeware program that shows the date as well
> >> >>as the time. There are several such programs, but the one I recommend
> >> >>is Tclock (note that the often recommended TClockex is a different,
> >> >>and not as good, program).
> >> >
> >> > HUH?
> >> >
> >> > I have XP on my laptop, and with a double-high taskbar, it shows time
> >> > on top, the day beneath, and the date beneath that - and I don't have
> >> > Tclock or "ex" installed.
> >>
> >>

> >
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> > Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP - Windows Desktop Experience
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