If changing your time zone with Method 1 doesn't work, try this second way. The time zone in your web browser is set by your computer's operating system (Windows, Mac, Linux). As such, the only sure way to change your time zone is to change the time zone on your computer:
- In Date & time, you can choose to let Windows 10 set your time and time zone automatically, or you can set them manually.
- To set your time and time zone in Windows 10, go to Start > Settings > Time & language > Date & time.
- Change your time zone.
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Date & Time.
If the lock at the bottom left is locked , click it to unlock the preference pane.
Click Date & Time, then set the date and time automatically or manually.
Automatically: Select “Set date and time automatically,” then choose the network time server for your region.
Manually: Deselect “Set date and time automatically,” click today’s date on the calendar, drag the clock’s hands to show the correct time (or enter the time), then click Save.
Click Time Zone, then set the time zone automatically or manually.
Automatically: Select “Set time zone automatically using current location.”
Manually: Deselect “Set time zone automatically using current location,” click a location on the map, click the Closest City pop-up menu, then choose the city closest to your location.
To view all available time zones, use the
timedatectl command or list the files in the
... America/Montserrat America/Nassau America/New_York America/Nipigon America/Nome America/Noronha ...Copy
Once you identify which time zone is accurate to your location, run the following command as root or sudo user:
sudo timedatectl set-timezone <your_time_zone>Copy
For example, to change the system’s timezone to
America/New_York you would type:
sudo timedatectl set-timezone America/New_York