However, if you want that feature back, GitHub user, Martí Climent, managed to create an application called ElevenClock, which allows you to effortlessly show the clock on all the monitors on Windows 11. According to the notes, ElevenClock supports all the Windows 11 locales and time formats. It only appears on all the monitors, except the primary one. It supports the dark and light system modes. It behaves like the default system clock, and you can even click the icon to open Notification Center. It supports correct alignment when using different DPI settings. You can show seconds, weekdays, and more. ElevenClock is free, and you can download the installer directly from GitHub or install it using the winget command. If you find the tool useful, consider supporting the author using the support link on the GitHub page. In this guide, you will learn the steps to install an open-source app to show the clock across all the monitors connected to your Windows 11 computer.

Show Windows 11 clock on all monitors

To show the Windows 11 Taskbar clock on all monitors, use these steps: Once you complete the steps, the time and date should now appear on the secondary monitors.

The app should start automatically on reboot, but you only need to rerun it from the Start menu if it doesn’t. You can always right-click the ElevenClock clock in the Taskbar to access the settings. The settings are self-explanatory, but among other things, under the Date & Time Settings section, you have options also to show seconds and the weekday. In the Clock settings section, you can choose to hide the clock during a remote connection or when in full-screen mode, or you can show the clock a the bottom left, for example. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.