In the latest leak @PhantomOfEarth on Twitter regarding Windows Server 2022 with build 25246, it looks like Microsoft will be adding a new option for users that will allow users to display second on the Clock in the Windows 11 Taskbar.
As you can see in the image above, this option can be activated by users via the page Settings > Personalization > Taskbar > Taskbar behaviors > then the user can check the option Show seconds in system tray clock.
Once checked, the clock indicator on the Taskbar will display the second part which is currently missing in Windows 11.
But friends, even so this option is not present by default in Windows Server 2022 with Build 25246, where the user must activate it first using ViveTool with the command: vivetool /enable /id:41314201
And regarding Windows Server 2022 with Build 25246, it is likely that the same build will be released for the consumer version of Windows 11 this week via the Windows Insider Dev Channel, where it is likely that tomorrow morning Microsoft will start rolling it out and we can try it right away.
Via : @PhantomOfEarth (Twitter)