Originally Posted by Train
On one of my computers, I have Windows 7 and Linux.
When I boot into Linux and then reboot (later on) into Windows 7, my time in Windows 7 changes to around 6 hours in the future.
so I guess your location is 90° west of the Greenwich meridian, perhaps somewhere in the eastern third of the USA?
The point is that Windows assumes the real-time-clock to be running on local time, while Linux usually has it on UTC.
However, I'm dimly aware that you can change this behavior in Linux, so that it treats the clock the same way as Windows.
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