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You can only customize language settings in processing programs - Word (or OpenOffice, as the case may be ;), Outlook, stuff with spellcheck. The basic programming, though, is set. Internet Explorer, for example. It's "Favorites" instead of "Favourites". And you can't change it.

Drives me crazy when there's incorrect spelling in the bloody *title bars*. Almost as much as recently in the word processing progs, as everything's been buggering up in anticipation of being reformatted, and it keeps defaulting back to US English when I'm working, and the computer insists that it's "favorites". Argh. >.

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nute
Nov. 12th, 2003 10:32 am (UTC)
Kind of makes you wish a Canadian software company could come up with an alternative, eh?

There's a way to fix it through the Registry, in fact you can customize every aspect of your browser. And by the way, there's far, far better options out there that don't require ninety billion plugins to kill popups and manage security. Ask around about Mozilla. (mozilla.org) Browser of the gods.

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