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Still have old Control Panel Date and Time clock

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Windows XP Pro SP3 32 bit up to date

XPize ver 5 rel 6 full install

no East Asian languages

I did a default full install of XPize 5R6 and just left my PC running for an hour and a half to make sure all the icons, bitmaps, avi's, etc. were changed.

I think XPize is really cool and like the changes. I found out about XPize on askvg.com, where the look of the post-install Control Panel Date and Time window is shown in the first attachment.

However, my Date and Time window looks like the orginal Microsoft panel, i.e., like the second attachment.

Other control panel windows, such as system information, changed to the Post-XPize version.

Why didn't my Date and Time panel get changed by XPize? TIA.




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Changes to the Date and Time control panel are disabled by default, there is an option to enable it during installation. It's disabled because a large number of users complained about it crashing the control panel.

Click the Advanced button during installation, it's located under xpize > Icons > Control Panel Applets and Administrative Tools > Res patch: timedate.cpl (the 2nd entry)


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