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  1. Khamosh Pathak By default, the Mac menu bar displays the time in a simple hour and minute digital format. However, you can customize it and add the day of the week, date, or even a second hand. You have a range of choices. If you prefer, you can keep it super minimal, and display only the hour and minute, as shown below. Or, you can add the day and/or date, flashing separators, and seconds. There’s also an analog clock option that disables all the other features (including the day and date). You can customize the time and date in the System Preferences menu. To
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