petrovich petrovich - 1 year ago 68
Linux Question

Wrong time in the Windows on dual-boot PC (Winwows/Linux)

On my PC I use two operation systems Windows 8 and Ubuntu 14.04. I noticed that after booting Linux and then rebooting to Windows, Windows show the wrong time (Windows clock is 2 hours behind).
I checked in the Linux - time is correct.
I checked time settings - both OS have UTC+2 time zone and option to set time from the Internet.
If I correct time in Windows and do not boot Linux everything is O.K. But at list single loading Linux makes time shift.
I have tried to remove the option for setting time from the Internet.
But manual time setting option changed nothing. What should be done to see the same time in the both operating systems?

Answer Source

The simplest solution is to set time zone UTC (London) in Linux.

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