Fix Windows And Linux Different Time Issue
While dual booting
Linux there is time difference between both of the OSes, this arises because of the fact that while
Linux saves time on motherboard’s clock in UTC,
Windows save it in Local Time, this makes one of Operating System to have a different/wrong time than it actually is (Windows for me personally).
This can be fixed by either setting
Linux to use Local Time instead of UTC or setting
Windows to use UTC time. Since setting this on
Windows can be a little complicated, we can simply run one command on
Linux and we’re good to go!
We can set
Linux to use Local Time by running -
$ timedatectl set-local-rtc 1 --adjust-system-clock
Check current settings by running -