EDGE uses culture settings to determine things such as date formats, number decimal separators, and language. When EDGE first starts, it will determine the current culture by looking for the designated culture name as follows, listed in order of precedence:
The culture can be explicitly set in the <appSettings> section of the configuration file, EDGE.exe.config, found in the main EDGE folder. The culture setting has to be added at the end of the configuration file, before the closing </configuration> tag:
<add key="culture" value="en-GB" />
A list of culture names can be found in the following link from Microsoft.
If no culture is specified in the application configuration file, then EDGE will use the top-most language in the internet browser. EDGE currently supports Portuguese and German.
If no language is set in Internet Explorer, then EDGE will use the regional culture setting of the operating system (Control Panel ...Region and Language).
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