Changing the Language on macOS: A Simple How-To Guide

Changing the Language on macOS: A Simple How-To Guide

How To Change macOS Language Tutorial
To change the language on your macOS device, follow these steps:

Go to the Apple menu in the top left corner of your screen and select "System Preferences."

In the System Preferences window, select "Language & Region" from the list of options.

In the Language & Region preferences, you will see a list of languages under the "Preferred Language" heading. To add a new language, click the "+" button at the bottom of the list.

In the list of languages that appears, select the language you want to add and click "Add."

The new language will be added to the list of preferred languages. To make it the primary language, drag it to the top of the list.

To change the language used in menus and dialog boxes, select the language from the "Menu Language" drop-down menu.

To change the keyboard layout for a specific language, select the language from the "Input Sources" tab and then click the "+" button to add a new keyboard layout for that language.

When you are finished, close the Language & Region preferences. The changes you made will take effect immediately.

Note: If you want to completely remove a language from your system, you can select it from the list of preferred languages and click the "-" button at the bottom of the list. However, this is not recommended unless you are sure you will not need to use that language again.




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