Disabling Windows 7 Time Sync

Tired of your clock on Windows 7 automaticaly changing. Windows Vista connects to a time server online called time.windows.com. This way if your system clock loses a few seconds (or worse), Windows can periodically adjust it as necessary, helping prevent problems with backups and other issues.

While many people like the automatic sync, others may have issues with their computer periodically communicating with a public time server. This synchronization can be disabled.