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Time needs to reflect Systemd settings == |+|
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|−|Systemd uses /etc/adjtime to handle the hardware clock and system time. Time wiki needs to reflect this since the HARDWARECLOCK variable no longer exists in / etc/ rc. conf. Relevant information must come from upstream sources to ensure accuracy |+|
|−|:Sure, the article is marked as out of date for that reason. Please update it if you have time : [[Rc.conf#New_configuration_file]]. -- [[User: Karol| Karol]] ([[User talk: Karol|talk]]) 13: 32, 10 October 2012 (UTC) |+|
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--[[User:|]] ([[User talk:|talk]]) :, October 2012 (UTC)
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Using UTC in Windows can cause some problems
There's a fair amount of evidence to show that when you run Windows with UTC time, things get hairy:
*  See the Current Support Status In Windows section
*  Raymond Chen has a nice writeup
Most people shouldn't get touched by this, but I know plenty of times I've been bugged (namely, every single debugger reads the BIOS clock and attempts to not de-botch itself) when using Windows with UTC time. In my experience, Windows 8 also will force BIOS time into being Un-DST adjusted Localtime. Dangerous!
--Indrora (talk) 05:58, 31 October 2012 (UTC)