System clock not updating
This will also show you the date and time of when your clock was last successfully synchronized with the name of the Internet server used.
If your PC is on a domain, then you will not have an Internet Time tab. If you like, you can type a name of an Internet time server from the list at the Microsoft link below to use instead.
Your PC clock will now be synchronized with the latest time from one of the Internet’s reliable time servers.
You will still be able to use Option Two to manually sync with your domain controller at any time.
I then went and set it to synchronize every 24 hours instead of the X number of days it takes by default. Hello Joanne, :) I assume that the tutorial below is the one you used to set the sync interval.
I changed the number of seconds, you know what I mean. Then I went on and added a couple more time servers, following a tutorial from Vista forums. Internet Time Synchronization Update Interval If your time is always off, then you might also check your BIOS/UEFI time to see if it's set correctly, and if the CMOS battery on the motherboard may be weak or dead. It should correct itself when it does automatically sync. If it was dead or weak, your time will off by a lot more, and will happen every time you turned of the power to the PC.
From time to time I went and tried to sync manually but I had to try twice or thrice for my computer clock to synchronize with the time servers Windows 10 provides by default.
I then went and set it to synchronize every 24 hours instead of the X number of days it takes by default. Hey Brink Just passing by to say that I face "difficulties" with Windows Clock synchronization, as well.