How To Change Time Zone In Windows 11

If you’ve just upgraded to Windows 11 or you’ve recently moved to a new location, you might need to adjust your computer’s time zone settings. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the process of changing the time zone in Windows 11 using the Settings app.

Step 1: Open the Settings App

First, open the Settings app by clicking on the Start button in the lower-left corner of your screen, and then click on the Settings icon. Alternatively, you can press Win + I on your keyboard to open the Settings app quickly.

Step 2: Navigate to Time & Language Settings

In the Settings app, click on the Time & language category to access the relevant settings. You will see different options related to time, language, and speech.

Step 3: Open the Date & Time Settings

Under the Time & language category, click on the Date & time option located in the left sidebar. This will open the settings related to your computer’s date, time, and time zone.

Step 4: Change the Time Zone

In the Date & time settings, scroll down to the Time zone section. Here, you’ll see a drop-down menu labeled “Time zone.” Click on this menu to see a list of available time zones.

Choose the time zone that corresponds to your current location. If you’re unsure about the correct time zone, you can use an online tool like to check it.

Step 5: Enable or Disable Automatic Time Zone

If you want Windows 11 to automatically adjust the time zone based on your location, make sure the toggle switch for “Set time zone automatically” is turned on. If you would rather manually set the time zone, turn this option off.


That’s it! You’ve successfully changed the time zone in Windows 11. Your computer should now display the correct date and time for your chosen time zone. If you have any further questions or need help, feel free to leave a comment below.