You’ve recently received a laptop computer from your corporate office in London for reassignment to a new employee in New York. However, you’ve noticed that any reference to money is noted in British Pounds instead of American Dollars. What should you do to resolve this issue?
A) Modify the Regional Settings
B) Update the BIOS with the correct geographical location
C) Reinstall a United States version of Windows
D) Change the Windows file system to support localized settings
E) Google the current exchange rate every morning and perform the calculation in your head
The answer: A) Modify the Regional Settings
The Windows Control Panel contains the Regional and Language Options or Regional Settings. These settings control the display of numbers, location information, keyboard differences, and administrative differences between locations.
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