Daylight Savings And Windows

January 27th, 2007

MicrosoftThe upcoming change to daylight savings will require updates to operating systems, programs, programming language libraries, BIOSes, and a good number of consumer electronics products. Microsoft, however, has announced they will not patch older versions of Windows. There is an unofficial patch as well as an official Microsoft workaround. The linked article from Microsoft does not mention Windows 95, 98, 98SE, or Me, but I’m assuming they won’t be updated because their support has ended.

(via Slashdot)

One Response to “Daylight Savings And Windows”

  1. [link]Chad’s News - Daylight Saving Time and Chicken Little Says:

    […] Regular Chad’s News readers know that the Congressional change to Daylight Saving Time will cause the sky to fall on March 11th. Microsoft, however, is taking proactive steps to ensure the transition is a smooth one. For Outlook users there is the Time Zone Data Update Tool, and for Windows users there the Daylight Saving Time Help and Support Center. […]

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