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Syncing your Device's Clock
The time on computers can occasionally drift over some period until it is many seconds or minutes off from real time. Here is how to adjust it!

Device Guides

Windows

First, right click the date and time in the task bar (default bottom right of the screen):
Then, select "Adjust date/time" from the popup menu:
Alternately, you can open the Settings app, search for "time", and select "Date & time settings":
Finally, ensure that "Set time automatically" and "Set time zone automatically" are enabled. If they are, click "Sync now" to sync with the Windows time server. If they aren't, enable them and then sync.
If the automatic date and time setting is still incorrect for whatever reason, then you can disable it and manually configure the correct time. It's important that it is accurate down to the minutes and even seconds, so reference a reliable clock for this.

Linux (Ubuntu)

First, open the Settings app and search for "time":
If "Automatic Date & Time" is disabled, then enable it. Otherwise, disable it for a few seconds and then re-enable it:
If the automatic date and time setting is still incorrect for whatever reason, then you can disable it and manually configure the correct time. It's important that it is accurate down to the minutes and even seconds, so reference a reliable clock for this.

Mobile (Android)

First, open your Settings app:
Search for "time" and select "Date & time":
If "Set time automatically" or "Set time zone automatically" are disabled, then enable them. If they are already enabled, then disable them and after a few seconds re-enable them:
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