I have not been able to activate the desktop clock gadget on my new Win 10 machine.
I have reset the settings in Control Panel and it has made no difference, even after restarting.
I have downloaded and installed Desktop Gadget installer and while I have been able to get the calendar and date to show,
'Add'ing the Clock from the Gadgets doesn't work, although it is shown as being installed on the list. I actually had it added over two dozen times, but it still didn't show.
Not having a desktop clock is a really poor show for a top of the range 64 bit Win10 desktop, especially since it is shown as available in the Control Panel settings. I have read in one place that this would mean the software is corrupted. This is all a very poor showing for supposedly top of the range equipment.
How can I get my desktop clock to show? Surely this is not too much to ask of a brand new rig?
There is also the program called "8GadgetPack" for WIN 10/8.1/8
It started out as a few gadgets, hence the name, but has grown to 25+ gadgets.
Please read the entire page. It will assist with the appearance.+
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