commands, such as showing Notification Centre or Launchpad). Reverting any of the menus to the ‘-’ option deactivates the hot corner entirely.
Set the language and region This pane controls the language shown in menus and dialog boxes, and the formatting of dates, times and currencies. It will by default use the language you stated you wanted to use when you set up your Mac, along with the most appropriate formatting for your location. You can add or remove languages from the Preferred Languages list by using the ‘+’ and ‘-’ buttons. On adding a new language, macOS will ask whether you want to use it as your primary language. If you confirm this is the case, it will be moved to the top of the list, and dialog boxes will change to the selected new language. The addition of a new language will also add a ‘List sort order’ menu, which you can use to adjust how names are
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