Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 11th Mar 2007 20:14 UTC, submitted by jayson.knight
Microsoft The extension of daylight-saving time by a month in the United States is causing enormous grief for some IT administrators running Microsoft software, as many of the software programs running on their users' systems need to be individually patched to reflect the change. This year, daylight-saving time starts today - three weeks earlier than usual - and ends a week later than usual on Nov. 4.
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RE: Strange
by Jesuspower on Sun 11th Mar 2007 21:47 UTC in reply to "Strange"
Jesuspower
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2006-01-28

1. Yes, it should, but if it was, it probably would not be used.

2. Why is this not user configurable? Were people thinking, "Oh, DST is always on this day, itll never change... LETS HARD CODE IT!"

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