I didn't notice it either, until I rebooted and seen those huge clock numbers. I then went in & fixed it. Probably will be one of the things fixed before RTM.I had to choose a different time server (time-nw.nist.gov) but it worked when I did an auto set up (I also had not noticed the wrong time zone when I re-installed yesterday.)
About the same here, 17 Windows installs to update, not counting any VM's, nor my 3 Linux installs. Fortunately, I depend upon my cell phone for the time, it's good at keeping it. As for the DVD player clock that connects to the TV, all one has to do is switch it to "TV" mode for a minute, it adjusts itself. Somehow, through the local PBS channel, this happens.It's not too bad for us old folks, who like to sleep late anyway, but how about those Kindergarteners, that have to go out in pitch black NIGHT to get to their school bus in the morning.
Thank God, my 5 year old neighbor girl has family members who can take her to meet her school bus in the morning and bring her home at night.
When I was five, I walked six blocks to school every morning, rain or snow, etc.
Thank God we didn't have DST in those days. At least, I got to walk it in daylight.
Any PC with their MS updates, up to date, should make the transition with no problems. My PC did!
With 14 clocks and 16 PC's to update, it may be weeks before I'm done. lol