I tried that on my computer Windows 10 and it doesn't change anything to the display of the satellite archive. I still get display date/time in Windy exactly 24 hours earlier than what it is in NASA and CIRA.
All adding 'display times UTC' does is that the time displayed for forecasts adds UTC time next to the local time (for example 8:00 12:00 UTC).
As mentioned yesterday, the only way I can get Windy on Windows 10 to display the same image on the same date/time as NASA/CIRA is to change the Windows 10 clock time from EDT (UTC-4) to UTC.
My question yesterday (is there a way to MODIFY THE Windy SOFTWARE on Windows and iPad IOS so that it READS UTC dates/times regardless of local time) was to see if Windy could retrieve the date/time in UTC in satellite archive without looking at the local time in Windows 10, which it seems to be doing at the moment.
This was the post:
Dear @TomSlavkovsky , here I give you the link to BMKG (Indonesia) radar data archive (also real time data included). They are in NetCDF *.gz format. Please use this link to see how the data is like, site is open (no login or payment needed).