This post shows students and new users steps to show the clock on the taskbar on all monitors when using Windows 11. By default, when you add another monitor to Windows 11 and you extend the display, the clock remains on the primary monitor. Apparently Windows developers forgot to add the clock on the second monitor in extended mode.
As of now, there’s no easy way to show the clock on the second monitor. However, there’s a simply app recently created just for that. Its goal is to show the clock on the second monitor in extended mode.
You can use this free program ElevenClock on GitHub to show the clock on the secondary monitor when using Windows 11. We hope Microsoft will listen to users and add this feature instead of having user download and install third party apps to do it
If you haven’t already extended Windows 11 on the second monitor, use the post below to learn how to do it.
To get the click on the second monitor on Windows 11, follow the steps below.
How to show the clock on the second monitor on Windows 11
As mentioned above, there’s no easy way to get the clock on the second monitor. For now install ElevenClock from GitHub.
Select the file ending in .exe and download to your Windows 11 computer.
Once the file is downloaded, simply go to your Downloads folder and run it to install.
After the installation, the clock should be displayed on the second monitor as shown below.
That should do it!
This post showed you how to display the clock on the second monitor when using Windows 11. If you find any error above or have something to add, please use the comment form below.