There are a variety of regional settings that you can adjust in the Windows Control Panel. These settings control various aspects of your system, such as the way dates and times are formatted, the Display Language, and the currency symbol that is used.
To access the Regional Settings in the Windows Control Panel, open the Control Panel and select “Region and Language”. In the Region and Language window, you can adjust the settings to suit your needs.
1. Date format: On the Formats tab, you can change the date format so that days, months, and years appear in whatever order you prefer. To do this, click on the drop-down menu under the “Short date” option and select the desired format.
2. Time format: You can also choose the way time is displayed in the same dialog box. Just click on the drop-down menu under the “Long time” heading and select the format you would like to use.
3. Number format: This option allows you to choose how numbers are formatted when they are displayed in your system. For example, you can chose to display numbers with a comma for every third number or with a period for every thousand. You can also choose whether to display negative numbers in parentheses or with a minus sign.
4. Currency symbol: In the same dialog box, you can choose which currency symbol you want to use. Just click on the drop-down menu under the “Currency” option and select the symbol you would like to use.
5. Measurement System: This setting allows you to choose between the metric or imperial measurement system. Select the appropriate one for your location.
6. Location: This setting tells Windows where you are located. This will affect the formats used for the date and time, as well as the keyboard layout used on your computer. Select the location that matches your current location.
7. Display language: This setting allows you to choose what language Windows uses throughout your system. Choose the language you would like to use from the list.
Once you have made all of your adjustments, click “Ok” to save your changes. Now you have configured the regional settings for your system in the Windows Control Panel.