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TIME

Changes or displays the system time.

Syntax:

TIME [/t | [HH[:MM[:SS [.NN]]] [am|pm]]]

/t – displays current system time and doesn’t ask about setting new time.

HH[:MM[:SS[.NN]]] – new system time. HH – hours, MM – minutes, SS – seconds, NN – hundredths of a second.

am|pm – specifies AM or PM time for 12-hours format.

Usage:

If AM or PM parameter is not specified, 24-hours format is used by default.

You must have administrative permissions to change the system time.

Examples:

Change system time to 12 am:

TIME 12:00:00.00 am

 

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