- Taking Advantage of Custom Settings
- Moving the Dock Around
- Changing the Dock's Size
- Customizing the Dock's Behavior
- Changing the Way the Finder Works
- Changing Your Desktop Picture
- Changing Your Screen Saver
- Changing Your Login Icon
- Changing Your Mac's Language
- Adding Login Items
- Increasing Your Mac's Security
- Adding New Dashboard Widgets
- Making Your Own Widgets
- Creating Custom Network Locations
This chapter is from the book
Changing Your Mac’s Language
You might have thought that you would need to buy a special version of Mac OS X if you want your Mac’s interface to use a language other than English. Actually, Mac OS X ships with the capability to display menus, dialog boxes, and other interface elements in a couple dozen languages, including those with non-Roman alphabets.
- Choose Apple menu, System Preferences.
- Click the Language & Text button to see your choices.
- Click the Language button.
- Click and drag your preferred language to the top of the pick list.