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Date in Windows 95

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I have windows95 (Hebrew Version) installed on my system.
How can I turn Hebrew Date to English Date?
(I want to see "July" and not Hebrew name of it)
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Question by:meir_tseitlin
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by:aquar
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You need to borrow the english version of win95  to install in your system.
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by:meir_tseitlin
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Well, I know that..................
I have to change it in Hebrew Version
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mkoiter earned 50 total points
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Dear meir_tseitlin,

To change the time/date settings at Windows95 you have to go the Control Panel and select date/time. In here you can select which time-zone the computer use.

Good luck

Miranda
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by:stotter
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Actually you need to go to the regional settings and change the setting from HEBREW to english. The rest of the settings will adjust automaticaly....
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