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  1. Posts : 54,491
    Windows 10 Home x64

    My settings. With taskbar on the left, and dragged wide as yours, I get


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  2. Posts : 9,606
    Win7 Enterprise, Win7 x86 (Ult 7600), Win7 x64 Ult 7600, TechNet RTM on AMD x64 (2.8Ghz)

    Just get a BIG desktop gadget that spells it out
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  3. Posts : 80
    Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit
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    UsernameIssues said:
    ilyabyk83 said:
    UsernameIssues said:
    After you give up on Windows doing what you want, you can install T-Clock.
    Yeah? Is that why you use Windows??
    I use Windows because it does what I want most of the time. When it does not, I either live with it or find/write software that makes Windows do what I want.

    In your first screenshot in your OP, I was so focused on the format of the screens in the middle that I did not notice the task bar on the side. After I posted and after I noticed that the task bar was on the side, I moved the taskbar to be like yours (in a Virtual Machine) and installed the tiny app named T-Clock 2010. It seems to do what you want done... so I made my second post to your thread.

    I'll lurk and see if you find a combination that does...
    ddd, mmm, dd, yyyy
    ...on two lines using W7's native applets.

    Or maybe I still don't understand what you want done.
    I think you do. But I had it set that way on 25 different occasions. It is possible without of any programs.
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  4. Posts : 24,479
    Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1

    May not make a difference but first day of week should be Sunday...if you use the Julian calendar.

    EDIT, I hadn't thought of dragging the Task Bar wider, when I do it looks like your example, with the day listed twice and I can't change it either.

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  5. Posts : 4,566
    Windows 10 Pro

    Try going to date and time settings-change date and time-change calender settings-Click reset.
    This should wipe out any issues or unusual problems with the time in the system tray.

    Then resetup all of your time settings
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