Comparing Pic. 1 with Pic. 2, can you observe that a week day (i.e. Friday) is added to the clock on Windows 10 computer? If you are inquisitive about how to make such a phenomenon happen, this text will illustrate the detailed operation to satisfy your curiosity.
Step 1: Click the clock on the desktop taskbar, and select Change date and time settings.
Step 2: Choose Change date and time in the Date and Time window.
Step 3: Open Change calendar settings in Date and Time Settings.
Step 4: As the Customize Format window appears, manually input "dddd/MM/dd/yyyy" (without double quotation marks) in the short date format box, and then tap OK.
Tip: In the new format, the meaning of the notations is as follows.
dddd=day of week (i.e. week day); M=month; MM=display the leading zero; d=day; dd=display the leading zero; y=year.
In a word, if you follow the method illustrated above to add week day to clock on your Windows computer, you will be able to directly know which week day (e.g. Monday, Tuesday, etc.) every day is.
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