How to put a custom message/watermark by your clock

~How to put a custom message or Watermark by your computer’s clock~
In this tutorial, I will use Windows 7. Vista will be similar, and you should be able to work the differences in XP.

Your end result should be like this…

before after

1.
~Go to Control Panel~

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2.
~Once in Control Panel… Go to ‘Clock, Language and Region’~

screenshot - how to put a custom message/watermark by your clock

3.
~Click ‘Change the Date, Time or Number format’~

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4.
~Change your Time Formats so that they show AM and PM~
Sorry the picture isn’t very clear… You need to change the HH:mm and the hh:mm:ss so they have tt after them.. EG hh:mm:ss tt

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5.
~Click on Additional Settings~

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6.
~Click the Time tab~

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7.
~Change AM and PM to your own message~
There is a limit to the length, but Sharenator fits, so lets use that for our example.
TIP: Make AM and PM the same message for effect

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8.
~Hit apply, and look at your clock!~

screenshot - how to put a custom message/watermark by your clock

That’s it! Note that this does change your clock’s AM/PM to Sharenator, so on emails etc, it may say: ‘Recieved on 12:43 Sharenator’. Have Fun!