FreeKB - Linux Mint Change the date and time format
Linux Mint - Change the date and time format

  1. At the bottom right-hand corner of Mint, right-click on the current date and time and select Configure.

 

  1. Check Use a custom date format.

 

  1. Select Show information on date format syntax, which opens http://www.foragoodstrftime.com.  At the For a Good Strftime website, bullet the date and time format you would like to use, and copy the format (%A, %b %d in this example).

 

  1. Paste the format into the Date format field (%A, %b %d in this example).



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