CNET News.com reports: "This year, daylight saving is starting early -- a change that could cause Y2K-like headaches for IT professionals, and even for consumers. ... Congress decided in 2005 to extend the period of daylight-saving time by three weeks in spring and one in the fall, reasoning that providing more daylight in the early evening would reduce energy use. However, the shift could cause trouble with software set to automatically advance its clock by an hour on the old date, the first Sunday in April, and not on the new date, the second Sunday in March."
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