How can I display multiple time zones on my Linux?

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Hello everyone,

I am working online with clients from different countries. I always have to check the time of the respective client’s country before calling him. I want to see multiple clocks on my desktop to save my time. I have done this before on windows 7. But now I have to do it on Linux. I don’t know how Linux displays multiple time zones. If anyone has the better solutions then share it with me. It would be very helpful for me.

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How can I display multiple time zones on my Linux?

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In Orange Clock Panel it is possible to display multiple time zones.

You need to go through these simple steps under Orange properties:

 

> First, right click on the clock and go to the properties.

 

> Second, go to the button next to “set Timezone to” labelled open.

 

> Third, a window will appear and you need to select timezones you want that applet to use.

 

Each applet will use the time zone you set it for in that window.

 

Best Regards,
Suominen Ross

 

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How can I display multiple time zones on my Linux?

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Hi there,

There are so many clock software which can tell you what is the time in a specific area of the opposite side of the world or anywhere of the globe. Now you can find it out by simply Googling about it. I am giving you some good suggestions which you can check. Grey Olltwit’s world time zone, eoClock, worldtimer etc. you can easily download the packages from the internet and use them. But I suggest you to use the first one.

 

Best regards,

Riley Weaver.

 

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