How to match the PC clock time with the server time?

How to match the PC clock time with the server time?

Always make sure your PC time is set to 'Automatically' and not manually set. If you are on Windows system, you can check this by:

- Right click your clock (bottom right corner)
- Select "Adjust date/time" / "Time & Language"
- You will see a setting "Set time automatically". If this is not turned on, turn it on.

Thereafter, restart your Chrome browser and continue using Pictory.

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