Displays all the timezones on your machine supported by Java, with their standard time and daylight saving time offsets from GMT, along with the their ID (programmer) names and display names.
It also displays UTC time, local time, and your default timezone and it also informs you if daylight saving is currently in effect.
| Timezone ID | Name | DST on/off | GMT offset | Standard time |
| Europe/Bucharest | Bucharest | no | GMT+2 | UTC+2 (Bucharest/Bucuresti)
This is an example of a standard Java implementation of time zones, and a small program which utilizes that implementation.
Support for other time zone display formats, in addition to just the names and GMT offsets, is a simple task. Check the source code, and most of it is example code for me to think about – to use you can copy it and play with it.
What’s in here:
Java.util.TimeZoneNames.ALL_TIMEZONES_OFFSETS, “Offset: GMT”
Java.util.TimeZoneNames.ALL_TIMEZONES_GMT, “GMT: 0D 0h 0m 0s”
Java.util.TimeZoneNames.ALL_TIMEZONES_UTC, “UTC: 0D 0h 0m 0s”
Java.util.TimeZoneNames.ALL_TIMEZONES_SV_OFFSETS, “Sun Standard Time: 1a 0h 25m 0s”
Java.util.TimeZoneNames.ALL_TIMEZONES_E_OFFSETS, “Eclipse: 3a 0h 25m 0s”
Java.util.TimeZoneNames.ALL_TIMEZONES_G_OFFSETS, “Greenwich: 1a 0h 0m 0s”
Java.util.TimeZoneNames.ALL_TIMEZONES_B_OFFSETS, “BST: 0a 0h 0m 0s”
Each section is showing the complete picture and controls.
See the timezone name controls in action
This is called at application startup, to make it aware of all timezones installed on the machine and any changes to their programming (httpd.d//timezones)
This is called at application startup, to make it aware of the current daylight saving rules and their program numbers, in case this is changed by your administrator.
Once you have installed the plugin, open the application and point it to “local” timezone file:
The GMT+1 timezone picture
Displays the timezone in GMT+1, which is what most us foreigners see as our local timezone.
The expected timezone picture
Displays the expected timezone, for example UTC or GMT+3.
The selected timezone picture
Displays the timezone that is actually in use.
Note: if it is currently not daylight saving time, the selected timezone will be the most obvious timezone that will be in use (if there is one). If it is daylight saving time, it will be the expected timezone (from the rules in the “rules” section).
Note: If you have installed the TimeZones Induction plug-in, you will have to restart the application for the changes to take effect.
Note: You can use the timezone ID (programmer) names that you prefer, and they will be displayed on the picture. These names are clickable and they will open the appropriate editing dialog.
Note: When you change the timezone on your machine, note that the selected timezone on your machine may change to the most obvious timezone that will be used for the region (so sometimes people change the timezone on
What’s New in the?
The TimeZones utility displays the current timezone.
It also displays all the timezones on your machine.
It displays the timezone ID (programmer name), standard time, daylight saving time, ID display name and the time offset from GMT for all the timezones on your system.
The TimeZones utility also displays UTC time, local time and your default timezone (as specified by the TZ environment variable).
You can use the UTC and local time columns to determine if daylight saving is in effect for a particular timezone, or if it is currently in effect, or if it is currently not in effect.
UTC – Standard Time
The difference between a timezone and its GMT.
For example, Helsinki (Finland) is UTC+1 and its GMT is GMT+1.
However, the GMT offset for Helsinki is the same as Moscow (Russia) and its GMT offset is GMT+3.
You can see this in the second column, which is the UTC-offset, because the Moscow offset is -3 and the Helsinki offset is 1.
The second column also shows the daylight saving time offset, which is 0, so Helsinki does not have daylight saving time.
The TimeZones utility also displays the current timezone.
Date d = new Date();
System.out.println(d.toString() + ” GMT ” + d.getTime());
System.out.println(d.toString() + ” ” + d.getTime() + ” ” + TimeZone.getTimeZone(“America/Chicago”));
System.out.println(d.toString() + ” ” + TimeZone.getTimeZone(“America/Chicago”).getName());
System Requirements For TimeZones:
Processor: 4 GHz Dual-Core processor or higher
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 580 or ATI Radeon HD 6970 or higher
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 6 GB available space
Sound: DirectX 9.0c-compatible sound card with minimum hardware requirements of 32-bit stereo at 48 kHz
Network: Broadband Internet connection
The game requires a Microsoft Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 system with.NET Framework 4.5 or newer installed and enabled.