Recently reinstalled Windows 98SE and the clock on the task bar which used to be twenty-four hour now reads AM and PM. Probably staring me right in the face but how do I change it back to twenty-four hours.
From click here Changing the Regional and Language Options You can use the Regional and Language Options tool in Control Panel to customize the way Windows handles dates, times, currency values, and numbers.
To open the Regional and Language Options tool: Click Start, and then click Control Panel. Click Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options, and then click Regional and Language Options. To change one or more of the individual settings, click Customize.
NOTE: The location selection that you make includes default display options for the way dates, times, and numbers are displayed. To Change the Time Display In the Customize Regional Options dialog box, click the Time tab to specify any changes you want to make.
NOTE: To configure the settings so that the leading zeros in single-digit hours, minutes, or seconds are not displayed, type a single uppercase H, or lowercase letters, such as h, m, or s. If you do not see the format you want in the Time format box, use the following guidelines: To display time in a 24-hour format, type an uppercase H or HH for the hour. To display time in a 12-hour format, type lowercase h or hh for the hour. To display leading zeros in single-digit hours, type HH or hh. To display a single letter to indicate AM or PM, type lowercase t. To display two letters to indicate AM or PM, type lowercase tt. To display text, type single quotation marks (') around text.
Ps As this is also in Control panel where does VoG change the settings?