September 14th, 2007, 18:30 PM
Microsoft Preps for Daylight-Saving Time Headaches
Microsoft is trying to ensure that when daylight-saving time ends and Americans turn the clock back in the first week of November, the experience is seamless.
That was not the case on March 11, when daylight-saving time started three weeks earlier than usual.
It will also end a week later than usual, on Nov. 4, as a result of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, which extended daylight-saving ti...