the Night between 30 and 31 march. At two o'clock at night, you shall set forward the clock one hour, at three o'clock.
Each year, we set forward the clock one hour last weekend in march, and back the clock last weekend in October. A common way to remember which way to set the clock is to think of it as a grill, which should be out in the garden or the balcony just in time for the summer season: Set up the grill (the clock) in the spring, set it back in the fall.Link to the graphics
From the beginning of daylight savings time to save energy, which were in short supply because of the first world war. The idea was to make use of the daylight, and more daylight hours would occur when people were awake and thus reduce the need for electric lighting.
Many feel that the time gives them insomnia. Some studies also show that people in at-risk groups are at a marginally increased risk of heart attacks.
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Both Android and Iphone phones set the time automatically if you have turned off the feature. If you want to check that everything is correct on an Iphone, follow these steps:
■ You should have the latest update of IOS. Make sure that you have it and then go into Settings, select General, and Date and time. Ensure that Set automatically is turned on.
■ You should then verify that your mobile phone shows the correct time zone. You do this in Settings > General > Date and time > time Zone.
Android mobiles works the same way: In the setting of the date and time to automatic time to be activated.
the daylight savings time became a permanent fixture in Sweden in 1980.
After 4.6 million EU citizens have had their say in a survey, the EUROPEAN commission proposed last autumn that the time would be abolished. For a while it looked like that 2019 would be the last year the citizens would ask about the clock. But in October decided the union to postpone the decision. The concern is, above all, how it would be if the member states themselves had to decide what time you want to keep if time is abolished. Some countries would choose to retain the eternal daylight and the other standard time (winter time). It would mean new timing discrepancies between the different EU-countries.
the Abolition of time is expected to be implemented at the earliest in 2021, and the EUROPEAN commission's goal is that all countries should do the same – either keep daylight savings time or in normal time.Link to the graphics