We can lots of tweak in Windows System and I would like to share one of fun tips to display your name in taskbar. This is completely your choice to customize this settings and for doing this in your office laptop or desktop which might be protected by your office admins – but still you can do this customization and enjoy the change you made and show to colleagues – How to Display Your Name in Taskbar?

Let’s see How to Display Your Name in Taskbar in Windows 7?

You can see that there is a time on my system as 1:26 AM

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

Let’s Open Control Panel by following Start –> Control Panel

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

In the Control Panel select Region and Languages

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

Once the Region and Languages opened then click on Additional settings

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

 

Then Customized Format will open

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

 

Now Go To Time Tab

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

You need to add your name just after AM Symbol and PM Symbol

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

Click Apply once you have applied this settings you can see the changes in the Customize format as well in the examples

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

Now Click OK two times and you can also see the your name displayed in the task bar

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar

 

How to Display Your Name in Taskbar in Windows 8?

In Windows 8, press Win+X in combination to bring up the Power Task Menu. From it, choose ‘Control Panel’. Then, select Region.

Now, from the ‘Region’ window that appears on your computer screen, select ‘Additional Settings’ button.

Later, from the ‘Customize Format’ window, choose the ‘Time’ tab.

Here, change both the AM and PM letters to any name you wish.

Make sure that the format you are using has “tt” in it.

That is: Time Format = hh:mm:ss tt

Then, simply click on Apply > OK

If you do not like the changes made, reverse them and restore it to default settings by simply clicking on the reset button or by changing it back manually to AM and PM. (Both for Windows 7 / Windows 8)

 

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