I have Windows 10 on a separate drive that I used to boot using Parallels 11 on Mac. I have since stopped using Parallels and want to use Windows 10 by itself as a native boot on an entirely different machine. After setting up and reactivating Windows 10 on my new machine, I uninstalled the Parallels Tools. Unfortunately, I'm experiencing an odd issue where the clock for Windows 10 is never correct on boot. I can fix it temporarily by toggling the "Set Time Automatically" on and off but as soon as I reboot the clock is wrong again. I have a feeling there might be some residual services/files/configurations from Parallels Tools left over that is messing up Windows. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to fix this or perhaps have special instructions to fully/manually uninstall all of Parallels Tools?