PNoy signs law setting Philippine Standard Time



Under Republic Act 10535 signed by the President last May 15, government offices are directed to synchronize all their timepieces to follow a standard time, which will be determined by PAGASA.

"Lahat po ng ahensya ng pamahalaan ay minamandatuhan na sundan na po ang Philippine Standard Time," deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said at a press briefing Thursday.




STEPS IN TIME SYNCHRONIZATION USING PAGASA NTP SERVER FOR WINDOWS 7/8


Step 1: Click or select "Date and Time" in system icon tray located in the lower right corner of the taskbar.


Step 2: "Date and Time" window will pop up. Then Click or select "change date and time settings..."

Step 3: "Date and Time Setting" window will show. Then select the tab "Internet Time".


Step 4: "Date and Time Setting" window will show. Then select the tab "Internet Time".


Step 5: After selecting the "Internet Time" tab, click or select "Change settings..." button. and "Internet Time Settings" window will pop up.


Step 6: In "Internet Time Settings", type "ntp.pagasa.dost.gov.ph" in server textbox highleted in red, then press "Update now".

Step 7: For the last part, wait for your computer to sync to the server. A message will inform you if update is successfull.



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