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Default How can I set system time & date in VB.net ?

Does anyone know ? It seems a (stupid) simple question, yet browsing the Internet produced no useful answer. ????

One guy suggested using the good old APIs. If this is the only way, I'll switch sides and become a Linux/C++ developer .

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What do you have against APIs? They can really be helpful.

But you might try:
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    Shell "Time 8:12a"
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See http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms724942.aspx
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