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Having a different time zone on your task bar

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My OS is win 10 pro 64 bit and I am in the Eastern time zone.  When replying to an email, I would like to know the date and time in that country.  Thus, can I have an additional time zone showing on my task bar, or better still in a new task bar over my present one.  Thank u for your response.
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Type clock in the top-right box, and tap Add clocks for different time zones in the search result of control panel. In the Additional Clocks settings, choose Show this clock, select your desired time zone and hit OK.
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thank u for the solutions. regards
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