With Automatic DST adjustment switched on, the Metro side of Windows 8 seems to think it's 12:35 PM. when it is actually 11:35 AM PST. The desktop taskbar clock gets it right.
Yeah - my desktop at home is doing that as well. My time zone settings are for Central US which is correct and auto sync to time.windows.com, but the clock is always 5 hours ahead on each reboot.
If I go to time settings > Internet time and click the 'update' button it brings the clock back to the correct time, but next time I boot up, it's 5 hours out again. Not sure what is going on.
My Windows 8 desktop at work isn't doing this, just my home machine....
So, rebooting didn't work, but when I went to check settings for the desktop taskbar, the screen went blank for a second and then the time was off by an hour there too. I set it back and now both are in sync, even after rebooting a second time.
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