Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Windows 98 and Daylight Savings Time

Well, not sure if this is worthy of a post, but if you have an old 95, 98 or 2000 machine running in your system, you might want to look at theses sources for DST patches/answers:

From one of my webmasters, Howard Towt at Solucian Networking:

You need to worry about this if you use the Outlook calendar on your Windows 98 machine. If you are using Outlook Express or Outlook just for e-mail and not calendaring and scheduling, it shouldn’t be a problem. Just manually update your time when the DST change occurs. (Double-Click on the time indicator in the bottom left corner of the computer screen and adjust the time appropriately.)

The irritating thing is that you’ve got to change it next week, then when the old DST change occurs, then reverse the process in the fall. It’s more of an irritation than anything else.

For a blog reference with multiple sitings:

For a short article on how to:

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