Windows not updating time
Go head and restart the computer and see what happens.
The first point to make is that interfering with updates that aren't actually stuck can cause a host of problems, so you want to make sure they really are stuck.
You can check out this article from Microsoft that details how to perform a clean boot in Windows 7: The next thing you can try is to run the system file checker.
If you’re having strange permission issues in Windows, it’s probably some type of corruption of system files and settings.
Do you know why "have you tried turning it off and on again" is such an IT support cliché? There's no magic trick to this – it simply clears out your computer's temporary memory (including any stalled files or processes), and lets Windows start again from scratch with everything on the system.
If your updates are stuck in the background while you still have access to Windows, you can restart as normal; if they're stuck before or after the OS loads, you're going to have to hold down the power button and do a hard reset.
You can run SFC by opening a command prompt and typing in the following command: System file checker will verify all system files and will replace any file that is corrupt, modified or damaged. Just type in the word time and you can change the time too: Note that the time is in 24-hour format and you can specify it down all the way to milliseconds.