A taskbar clock for secondary taskbars on Windows 11. When microsoft’s engineers were creating Windows 11, they forgot to add a clock on the secondary screen taskbar. So I did that. ElevenClock is a simple app which provides the same functionality as in windows 10 secondary taskbar clock.

For more info, make sure to check out this article written by @Sumitdhiman:

Table of contents


  • It supports all system locales and time formats (they are pulled from the OS)*
  • It shows in all displays except in the primary one (Because you have the default system clock)
  • It supports dark and light theme
  • It has a hide button to prevent annoying on full-screen
  • It imitates Windows 11’s taskbar clock animation on hover
  • It supports taskbars on the top of the screen
  • It supports seconds enabling via locale or regedit (windows 11’s default clock can’t do that)
  • ElevenClock downloads and installs updates automatically, so you don’t have to
  • Clicking the clock shows/hides the notifications and calendar panel
  • Correct alignment and size on HiDPi displays (100%, 200%, 300%) AND on fractional HiDPI displays(125%, 150%, 175%, 250%, etc.)*
  • Correct alignment and size on Different-scaled monitors (Display1: 100%, Display2: 150%, Display3: 225%, etc.)*
  • The clock updates the time each second, so you won’t see different times across all your taskbars
  • The clock also adjusts itself automatically when (dis)connecting monitors
  • Automatically starts at login

Download from:

MajorGeeks: https://m.majorgeeks.com/files/details/elevenclock.html
SoftPedia: https://www.softpedia.com/get/Desktop-Enhancements/Clocks-Time-Management/ElevenClock.shtml
Github Releases: https://github.com/martinet101/ElevenClock/releases/latest
SomePythonThings: https://www.somepythonthings.tk/programs/elevenclock/


  1. Download the lastest version from SomePythonThings or from Github Releases
  2. Open the installer and bypass Windows Defender SmartScreen: Click on more info and then on run:

    2.1. Click on “More info”:          

    2.2. Click on “Run anyway”:        

  3. Install the program as normal:   Installer
  4. The clock should start automatically when the installation is finished.

*TIP: Clicking four times on the clock will show this webpage


Elevenclock on 100% DPI: 100%
Elevenclock on 125% DPI: 125%
Elevenclock on 150% DPI: 150%
Elevenclock on 175% DPI: 175%