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Windows 11 only shows a clock on your primary display, this app fixes that

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central

What you need to know

To the disappointment of many, Windows 11 doesn't show a clock on any displays other than the primary display. That means anyone using the best monitors for multi-monitor setups can only see the time and date on one display. A developer created an app called ElevenClock to fix this issue.

ElevenClock shows a clock on every display except for the primary display (which already has a clock from Windows 11). It updates every second to make sure that you don't end up with different times across your Taskbars.

The maker of ElevenClock shares a tongue-in-cheek description of the app on GitHub:

Windows 11 only shows a clock on your primary display, this app fixes that

A taskbar clock for secondary taskbars on Windows 11. When Microsoft's engineers were creating Windows 11, they forgot to add a clock on the secondary screen taskbar. So I did that. ElevenClock is a simple app which provides the same functionality as in windows 10 secondary taskbar clock.

Here are all of the app's features:

Source: Martinet101 via GitHub

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