Burton Kelso, Tech Expert
How to Make Your Devices Automatically Change Time for Daylight Savings Time & Back to Standard Time
Updated: Nov 2, 2019
The twice a year process of moving our clocks forward in the spring and back again in the fall is something that I know many of you get excited about. For sun lovers, it means longer days. For those night owls, it means more time dancing by the pale moonlight. Others like me feel it's time to get rid of this time change. I don't know about you, but it messes with my sleeping patterns for about a week. For the most part, if your tech devices are connected to the Internet, they are equipped to handle switching from Daylight saving and going back to standard time in the fall. You can never be sure and it's always a good idea to make sure your devices will change time. Not sure how to do it, let me show you what you need to do to make sure all of your computer and technology will adjust automatically.
Macbook Pro, Mac Mini & iMacs. Head to the Apple Menu, go to System Preferences, then select Date & Time. Verify that you have your device in the right time zone and the closest city to you. Then select "Set Time zone automatically using current location"