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  1. Posts : 853
    Windows 10 Pro 21H1 build 19043.1706
       #140

    paulsalter said:
    All seemed to go fine for me

    Can someone who uses non US date formats check something

    If you open the new Windows Defender Security Centre, on the home screen do you see the correct date formats?
    Mine is showing the US format of MM/DD/YY and it should be DD/MM/YY
    Well spotted, just checked, UK here and showing the date in MM/DD/YY seems to be OK everywhere else.
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  2. Posts : 615
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #141

    clam1952 said:
    Well spotted, just checked, UK here and showing the date in MM/DD/YY seems to be OK everywhere else.
    Good. DD/MM/YY drives me nuts. I live in the US and I always liked MM/DD/YY. If you are going to do it with the day first at least spell out the month.
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  3. Posts : 23,195
    Windows 10
       #142

    clam1952 said:
    Well spotted, just checked, UK here and showing the date in MM/DD/YY seems to be OK everywhere else.
    Thanks for checking :)

    This seems to be the only place i see it also, all looks fine elsewhere
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  4. Posts : 23,195
    Windows 10
       #143

    reddice said:
    Good. DD/MM/YY drives me nuts. I live in the US and I always liked MM/DD/YY. If you are going to do it with the day first at least spell out the month.
    The point is it should use what you have windows set at, not just give everyone the US format

    So default in the US is MM/DD/YY and default in the UK is DD/MM/YY and similar for other countries
    It should not be set to MM/DD/YY for everyone
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  5. Posts : 2,290
    Windows 10 Pro (64 bit)
       #144

    paulsalter said:
    The point is it should use what you have windows set at, not just give everyone the US format

    So default in the US is MM/DD/YY and default in the UK is DD/MM/YY and similar for other countries
    It should not be set to MM/DD/YY for everyone
    Agreed. Being British I want to see DD/MM/YY. It's what we are used to and it should consistently display across the OS based on what the user set it as. I've not updated yet as I will wait for it be pushed through Windows Update on the 11th. I'm guessing that might be a slightly higher version number than what comes through here. Maybe, maybe not but don't fancy doing two large updates a few days apart. Although it sounds like the feedback is positive for the most part here, so am hoping for a trouble free install! Very disappointed that they haven't learned and still switch off 'System Restore' by default. I would of thought it should be on by default or at the very least respect the user's previous choice. I think it's a good tool and it has sorted me out on a few occasions in the past. Not sure what MS was thinking here.
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  6. Posts : 519
       #145

    Gramps said:
    Noticed control panel is no longer listed when you right-click the windows logo. Just open the start menu and navigate to the windows system folder, it is in there and you can pin it to the start menu. There are some of us that just like the old-school control panel
    It still exists as a sub menu in several of the Setting items. You can also access it by opening the Start and typing (anywhere) Co

    Show Control Panel or Settings on Win+X Menu in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Customization Tutorials
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  7. Posts : 197
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #146

    I decided to go for it, pleasant surprised, took some time, but it all was good.
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  8. Posts : 519
       #147

    Couldn't wade through 15 pages, so sorry if this has been posted previously. The Creators update, all versions, are also available (ISOs) on the MSDN download site.
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  9. Posts : 4,666
    Windows 10 Pro x64 21H1 Build 19043.1151 (Branch: Release Preview)
       #148

    Scottyboy99 said:
    Agreed. Being British I want to see DD/MM/YY. I
    Just being me (no matter the nationality) I want dd.MM.yyyy and for long dates dddd, MMMM d, yyyy

    For time HH:mm and long time HH:mm:ss.

    Windows defaults to H.mm for Finnish settings, and I hate that dot instead of colon. Makes no sense for a digital clock in the taskbar, though in written text it should use the dot, that is the Finnish standard.

    For full time I want yyyy.MM.dd HH:mm:ss
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  10. Posts : 615
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #149

    Now I just updated LibreOffice and it has fuzzy fonts giving me a headache. Any fix otherwise I am doing a clean install.
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