My Windows 8.1 machine has its region set to English (United States). The default date format is dd/MM/yyyy, but I modify the date format to a different setting. In this case, dd-MMM-yyyy. It seems ...
In Windows 7 you can change the system locale to change how non-unicode characters are interpreted in different programs. Let's say that I want to use language X for most cases, but language Y for one ...
One of our functional requirements at work require running a piece of software over a Japanese environment --- which means we'll have to set up a Japanese flavor of Windows for the job. Question is, ...