Script Can Help You Keep Track of When to Spring Forward and Fall Back

It's that time of the year again. On Sunday, March 8, daylight saving time begins, so you need to set your clocks ahead one hour. If you have trouble remembering when daylight saving time begins and ends, check out the GetDLSDates.vbs script. With a simple double-click, you'll get a reminder of when daylight saving time begins and ends in the current year. You can download GetDLSDates.vbs and read how it works in the article "Don't Let Daylight Saving Time Sneak Up on You." This article is open for all to read. (No registration is needed.)

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