How Do You Keep a Windows 10 Hard Drive Using the Correct Time?

Problem scenario
You have two hard drives in your computer (e.g., desktop or laptop). You boot to each one from time-to-time. One hard drive is a Linux OS and the other is Windows 10. When you switch between the hard drives, your Windows OS has an incorrect time set. What should you do to stop needing to manually reset the time zone each time you boot to Windows?

1. Go to Control Panel -> Clock and Region -> Set the time and date
2. Go to the "Internet Time" tab
3. Click on "Change Settings"
4. Check the option "Synchronize with an Internet time server"
5. For the "Server" use ""
6. Click "Update now"
7. Click "OK"

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