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If You Thought Y2K Was Bad, Get a Load of March 11, 2007!

Daylight-saving time is a few weeks early this year, and this change in schedule could be trouble for some of our computers!

According to Microsoft, some programs that rely heavily on date and time stamps, such as punch clock systems and calendars and schedulers, could have problems. For Windows XP clients, as long as you're on XP2, you should be fine.

Microsoft has all the deets here.

Posted by Doug Barney on February 14, 2007 at 11:52 AM


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