Aug 02 2021 01:43 AM - edited Oct 07 2021 08:20 AM
Aug 02 2021 02:16 AM - edited Feb 19 2022 10:14 PM
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Aug 02 2021 03:35 AM
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Aug 10 2021 12:54 PM
Sep 20 2021 06:45 AM
The way described does work, I did have all the information in arabic despite the fact the system was with french a language paramaeter. In order to get it in french did change the region first United States, did log off and log on, received information in english. then did repaeated the manipulation, but this time use as region France, log off and and log in again and this time get everything in Franch.
Sep 29 2021 10:57 PM
@he problem still exist with the SandBox, impossible du change de language. When calling Edge still receiving everything in arabic depite the fact my system is configured in french.
Oct 06 2021 02:49 AM
Oct 07 2021 12:45 AM
Welcome to the club!
I have exactly same situation. Living in Belgium with languages set in Windows as English first and French second. The widgets page appears in Dutch ! Going through the 'instellingen' (yes, you have to know the dutch for 'settings') temporarily changes the language on the MSN website, but not on the widgets page.
For me this Widgets page is a big fail. I could have a use for the calendar and weather, but the MSN clickbait news are just an annoying distraction, and of course, you can remove all widgets except the news!
All this to push users to Edge so that MS can record your browsing history for advertising purposes (default behavior). Thanks but no thanks...
Oct 08 2021 01:08 AM
@cpsharp I have the same issue. I live in Hungary, I use the system in hungarian. But for some reason, widgets are is some language I'm not even familiar with. Not even the letters... maybe some arabic stuff?
I get that there are workarounds, but this is somethings, that would REALLY need solving very soon, as Win11 is out. This is not a beta build, but the final :D
Oct 08 2021 05:50 AM
Oct 08 2021 05:53 AM
Oct 08 2021 09:15 PM
@ovancantfort It seems the region settings control the widgets language, such as the newsfeed. Though I prefer to keep my region as Japan, but still read the news in English. I wish Windows 11 had an option for this, or had set the widgets language to the display language.