Why is my computer's time off by one hour and one minute this morning when we're not supposed to have a time change until November 1.?

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did overseas change their time?
I noticed yesterday someone was in my YA program while I was in there.

Best Answer:

sophieb: talking to people this morning, the clocks in england were altered to end british summer time this past weekend. most of the wireless watches and computers conformed without human interference.

Other answer:

sophieb:
You need to check and see if you are set for the right time zone and might need a software upgrade, may be an old version of software. My clock is automatic and will automatically change next Saturday night.
BJ:
My alarm clock did this yesterday it changes on its own so I had to change the time back !It seems every year it's different I think last year it was before Halloween this year after
Biff:
If you are in a European country which has Daylight Saving the clocks changed on 25 October this year.
Amy:
Parts of Europe changed their clocks this weekend, so it could be that your location is set wrong – but that should also put you in a European time zone.
my two cents worth:
Some of the older computers are based on the time change we had before they moved it up two weeks.
Mikel:
Some machines use their own programming for time.
Others access an internet source, or even the Government Time Signal.
Source: http://www.time.gov/
Kathy:
Check and see if you have it set in the right time zone
keycie:
your computer is a time machine

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