why does the time on my computer keep changing
The clock in your Windows computer can be configured to sync with an Internet time server, which can be useful as it ensures your clock stays accurate. In cases where your date or time keeps changing from what you've previously set it to, it is likely that your computer is syncing with a time server. For example, if you like having the clock on your business computer set a bit ahead, the time changing without your knowledge could make you late for a meeting.
To prevent it from changing, disable time syncing.
Earlier tonight I noticed it was like 2 hours behind, and I thought it was just because I lost power a few days ago and my computer shutdown and it just didn't resync the time, so I manual reset it.
I was just playing FSX and Assetto Corsa and I look down at I see it say 1:07AM (it's 2:15AM right now). So I reset it again. What is going on??? I don't think these games are changing the time since I've played them before and it didn't do this, but that's the only thing I've done on my computer UPDATE: from my last comment I said I resync at 9:33.
The clock is now at 9:37 despite the fact that it is now 10:36. I think the clock just doesn't work when the computer goes to sleep or gets turned off. So I guess its the mobo battery? What can I do about this?
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