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ok, so you know how when you clicked on the clock in windows 10 it showed you the long time in seconds along with the calendar, in windows 11, it just shows the calendar along with the notifications, how do i get the time in seconds back on the calendar window when i click on  my clock on my taskbar?

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23 hours ago, Skiiwee29 said:

great, although i would have preferred a solution that did not require getting rid of the windows 11 taskbar and just showed the clock, this works too

Imagine everything i have written in a Linus Voice (Spock live long and prosper gif here ,idk why tho, i guess i just want to say that i like star trek and am waiting for new seasons of the ongoing shows), But seriously, a lot of what i type only makes sense when said in a Linus tone from an older ltt video (circa 2017-2019) basically before he got a beard and a lot of it should make sense even in a Linus with a beard face.

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24 minutes ago, Indian pc builder said:

great, although i would have preferred a solution that did not require getting rid of the windows 11 taskbar and just showed the clock, this works too

You can see the seconds via the legacy Date & Time panel:

99574423_Screenshot2021-12-02221811.png.dae1cdb0939e253aec8ff9304df5e792.png

 

However, there is no option for the task bar.

 

I tried to dig and see what can be done, and I realized this they probably removed support seconds to avoid a refresh call (redraw taskbar) at every seconds. It could be done properly, for sure, they are optimization tricks as it was done before, however Windows 11 taskbar is new code. Hence why there is a step back in functionality. Insiders can enjoy some improvement over the official release, such as clock on the secondary displays. So Microsoft is definitely at work.

 

If I force seconds to show, It doesn't show on the taskbar, but it does on the notification tray:

1090867228_Screenshot2021-12-02221741.png.90b05a7c25caff0488c455019d9b1045.png

 

However, the seconds don't change. I have to close and reopen the calendar/notification to have it refresh the seconds.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, GoodBytes said:

You can see the seconds via the legacy Date & Time panel:

99574423_Screenshot2021-12-02221811.png.dae1cdb0939e253aec8ff9304df5e792.png

 

However, there is no option for the task bar.

 

I tried to dig and see what can be done, and I realized this they probably removed support seconds to avoid a refresh call (redraw taskbar) at every seconds. It could be done properly, for sure, they are optimization tricks as it was done before, however Windows 11 taskbar is new code. Hence why there is a step back in functionality. Insiders can enjoy some improvement over the official release, such as clock on the secondary displays. So Microsoft is definitely at work.

 

If I force seconds to show, It doesn't show on the taskbar, but it does on the notification tray:

1090867228_Screenshot2021-12-02221741.png.90b05a7c25caff0488c455019d9b1045.png

 

However, the seconds don't change. I have to close and reopen the calendar/notification to have it refresh the seconds.

 

 

yeah, i guess i will have to look at my apple watch every time i want to see the time in seconds

Imagine everything i have written in a Linus Voice (Spock live long and prosper gif here ,idk why tho, i guess i just want to say that i like star trek and am waiting for new seasons of the ongoing shows), But seriously, a lot of what i type only makes sense when said in a Linus tone from an older ltt video (circa 2017-2019) basically before he got a beard and a lot of it should make sense even in a Linus with a beard face.

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I'm running Win 11 with startallback software installed, and added a registry entry to show taskbar clock seconds, and it works without issue 🙂

 

I also miss the seconds showing the way they did in Windows 10, but at least there are ways to get them back if you really want them!

 

 

Win11 Desktop.jpg

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On 12/2/2021 at 8:24 PM, GoodBytes said:

You can see the seconds via the legacy Date & Time panel:

99574423_Screenshot2021-12-02221811.png.dae1cdb0939e253aec8ff9304df5e792.png

 

However, there is no option for the task bar.

 

I tried to dig and see what can be done, and I realized this they probably removed support seconds to avoid a refresh call (redraw taskbar) at every seconds. It could be done properly, for sure, they are optimization tricks as it was done before, however Windows 11 taskbar is new code. Hence why there is a step back in functionality. Insiders can enjoy some improvement over the official release, such as clock on the secondary displays. So Microsoft is definitely at work.

 

If I force seconds to show, It doesn't show on the taskbar, but it does on the notification tray:

1090867228_Screenshot2021-12-02221741.png.90b05a7c25caff0488c455019d9b1045.png

 

However, the seconds don't change. I have to close and reopen the calendar/notification to have it refresh the seconds.

 

 

If you read the above post you can at least get the seconds to show and function normally on the taskbar itself, if people really miss it, this method works, and is pretty easy to apply.

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16 hours ago, DynamiteOnFire said:

I'm running Win 11 with startallback software installed, and added a registry entry to show taskbar clock seconds, and it works without issue 🙂

 

I also miss the seconds showing the way they did in Windows 10, but at least there are ways to get them back if you really want them!

 

 

Win11 Desktop.jpg

where can i get the software?

Imagine everything i have written in a Linus Voice (Spock live long and prosper gif here ,idk why tho, i guess i just want to say that i like star trek and am waiting for new seasons of the ongoing shows), But seriously, a lot of what i type only makes sense when said in a Linus tone from an older ltt video (circa 2017-2019) basically before he got a beard and a lot of it should make sense even in a Linus with a beard face.

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4 hours ago, Indian pc builder said:

where can i get the software?

The software is called 'startallback' and is made by the same developers as 'startisback'

Just search for either name, and you'll find their website, and software for download! 🙂

 

Startisback is made for Windows 10

Startallback is made for Windows 11

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