This free online tool, above, helps you to autodetect your time zone.
What is a Timezone?
A time zone is an area on Earth that has its own time, which is
designated by the country it is in. Time zones are based on 24-hour
schedules representing one solar day.
Time zones are used to measure the difference between the local time
and the UTC or Coordinated Universal Time on a given day. The UTC is a
universal time standard that is used as a basis for civil aviation
regulations, worldwide communication, and scientific research.
What is the Difference Between Daylight Saving Time and Standard Time?
Daylight saving time, also known as summertime, is the practice of
advancing clocks so that afternoons in summer are like mornings in
winter. This allows people to enjoy an extra hour of daylight in the
morning and an extra hour of sunlight at night.
Standard time is when clocks are reset back to standard time each day
without any changes. It is used during the winter months when it is dark
for most of the day.