I could sue for those kinds of accusations - migrate to MacOS? Yeurk I don’t like over paying for out of date kit. Have worked on them for decades, so no problem. Just means when a client asks me to fix a Mac I can bump the price up - “Special Pricing for Apple users”
I’ll go check again on a different Windoze PC that hasn’t seen the upgrade yet. It was only a quick install yesterday between tasks on this Win7 PC in front of me.
This PC is certainly 100% UK. It is all English UK, no English US. The SYSTEM Locale is UK, the FORMAT is UK, the Display Language is UK, the keyboard is UK. There is no US.
I have specifically deleted the US from my systems. Have been doing that since the days of Win95, even if it means diving in and out of settings in half a dozen places.
I’ll go test on Win10 PC. There is a freshly setup one sitting behind me - ideal victim for a test.
Not sure why you were talking about the keyboard language, it is the System Locale that you should be setting the language to. I’ll be back later with some results.
Just putting this screen shot together of the Win7 box I am on. And noticing a change is clearly happening between Win7 and Win10 as to the language preferences.
That clearly only says “English” on the Win7 Display Language, whereas that Win10 box says English (United Kingdom). (I just checked)
Notice it does NOT say English (United States).
In the old days, “Locale” was the more important part. Been a few decades since I was dealing with the Win32 APIs, but I know English(UK) used to be simple to spot. This isn’t the first time I have setup English(UK) translation files in an application. I will poke more.
Win7 will be gone at the end of the year, so this isn’t a major issue… but I’ll check some other Win7 boxes and see what is visible.
The main point though - colour is spelt correctly as colour throughout this Win7 OS that I am working on. So the OS is correctly using the UK language, and so do all other Applications.