You can manually sync the system clock with Microsoft for accurate timekeeping. If you’re a long-time Windows user, you probably know that this isn’t entirely a new feature in the operating system. With Windows 10, Microsoft is moving all classic settings of the Control Panel to the new Universal app called Settings.
Beginning with Windows 10 version 1903 (May 2019 Update), you can just sync the time manually from the following location in the Settings app:
How to sync date and time manually on Windows 10
To synchronize your clock using the Settings app, use these steps:
1- Open the Settings app.
2- Navigate to the Time & Language settings page.
3- Go to Date & time.
4- Under “Synchronize your clock,” click the Sync now button.
Click on the button “Sync now”.
On the right, go to the section Synchronize your clock.
Click on the button “Sync now“.
You can now see the last that the time was synced successfully in your Date & Time settings along with the address of your time server.