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  1. erasure25's Avatar

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    I have a dual monitor setup and have tried looking for a way to show the clock on the taskbar on the second monitor with no luck. Is there a way to do this?
  2. Master Yoda1's Avatar

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    same problem here :/
  3. Bubba Smith's Avatar

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    After clicking on the Desktop tile from windows 8 start screen, all I did was right click the main task bar, clicked off the "lock all taskbars" and moved it over to the second monitor desktop. Since the second monitor shows the desktop all the time I now can see the time and date in the bottom right corner. Hope that was what you were looking for.
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  4. CHIP72's Avatar

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    As an (admittedly inferior) alternate, there is an app in the Windows Store that shows date/time. You could just put that app at/near the left side of your listed apps on the screen using Metro mode.

    I admittedly would prefer if Windows 8 Metro/tile mode still has the time/date on the task bar in the lower-right corner.

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