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Hi,

On AIDA64 reports I've seen the date is always in the yyyy/Mm/Dd format, witch is confusing for some languages and even English variations outside the U.S.

It would be a good idea if AIDA64 could consider the Windows regional settings for this or include this setting on the Preferences dialog box.

Thanks and congratulations for the good work!

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The dates in the report header and Summary page are intentionally left at a fixed format, to enable post-processing the report files. So regardless of the regional settings, you can always identify the report creation date.

Regards,

Fiery

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