Microsoft users: DST D-day is Sunday

On November 4, it's time to fall back, in terms of Daylight Saving Time (DST) here in the U.S. It's time to make doubly sure that all your Microsoft (and non-Microsoft) software that revolves around dates/times is updated.

On November 4, it's time to fall back, in terms of Daylight Saving Time (DST) here in the U.S.

Microsoft users: DST D-day is Sunday

If you haven't already done so, you might want to make doubly sure that all your Microsoft (and non-Microsoft) software that revolves around dates/times is updated. Microsoft has published a list of Microsoft products are affected by DST. In short, any and all Windows operating systems and calendar programs need updating.

More DST guidance for Microsoft users is available on Microsoft's Daylight Saving Time Help and Support Center site.

(Back from DST. Image by  desi.italy. CC 2.0)

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