Tried everyway I could to change it had to finally go into the registry and change the value data from 1 to 0.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Current Control Set\Control\Time Zone Information\Dynamic Daylight Time Disabled It is still greyed out but is on and on a reboot did change my clock to the correct time.
In the southern hemisphere, the changes are the opposite.
Microsoft Windows has established an annual update schedule for Daylight Saving Time (DST) and Time Zone (TZ) releases.
Every country has its own DST implementation policy.
Some may not observe DST, while others may change the start dates and end dates for DST every year.
In most of Europe, local time is moved forward by 1 hour in Spring and moved backward by 1 hour in Autumn.
This happens around March or April and ends in October or November. These shifts are different in North and South hemispheres, and may vary from country to country.
From time to time releases DST Cumulative Updates and Updates for Time Zone changes.
If you have Windows Update set to ‘automatically install’, there is nothing you need to do, as this will give you a seamless transition to the new Daylight Savings Time and Time Zone settings.
change each setting instead of using Set Automatically.
For example, you might have i OS 9 or earlier and your country or region or government changes the time zone or the observance of Daylight Saving Time (DST).
Specifically, Win XP will automatically (i.e., without user intervention) set the time to be one hour earlier than the actual time.