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  1. Well, it would be nice to see an option for ISO 8601, too: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM[:SS] because, (IMHO), that is the best way to sort dates/times.
  2. That's very good to hear! In that case, you may find this Wikipedia useful: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_and_time_notation_in_Australia It's about 95% correct but I can't edit the actual page, or someone would call me out for original research, which is a Wikipedia "no-no!" I don't think that the use of ISO 8601 is as widespread as the page would suggest, and I've never seen a government publication with an ISO 8601 date.
  3. Hi exile360, Many thanks for your quick reply, and for the help contained therein! That was the one menu item that I had not noticed, and yes, the date is now displaying as DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM (24-hr), which is pretty close to what we use in Australia. (IIRC, our railway platform indicators display train arrival times in 24-hour format, but general usage in Australia is 12-hour AM/PM format). At least I'm not getting confused by dates any more, but I wish there could be an ISO8601date/time display setting, (but I realise that the display language setting would then need a bit more granularity). Best regards to all, Christopher (Chris) Souter (Sydney, Australia)
  4. Hello, and greetings from Australia! System Information: Malwarebytes 3.0 Premium Version: 3.6.1.2711 Component Package Version: 1.0.482 Update Package Version: 1.0.7873 Windows 7 Ultimate x 64 SP1 I am just wondering why Malwarebytes 3.0 Premium displays dates and times in the U.S. standard format, (MM/DD/YY H:MM AM/PM), even though my Windows Region and Language Settings are set to display dates and times in ISO 8601 format, (YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM[:SS]). This anomaly is most readily apparent when perusing history and sorting log files by ascending (or descending) date and time. I quite understand that my Region and Language Settings are not the local standard for my country, (Australia), (DD/MM/YY H:MM AM/PM), but all my other installed programs, (including MS Office), respect my customised regional settings, and I don't understand why Malwarebytes does not. I cannot seem to find any item in the settings that would allow me to change this behaviour, and I'm wondering if anyone here has any suggestions as to how I might be able to change it. I realise this is a relatively trivial problem compared with most of the problems posted in this forum, but if anyone here might be kind enough to offer any suggestions as to how I might fix this, I would appreciate it very much. I was thinking that, rather than raise a support ticket, (which would be private, and therefore unshareable), it would be better to post a public question about the problem in this forum, so that any advice or suggestions offered here might help anyone else who may have noticed this phenomenon. FYI, I have attached 3 screenshots, showing my About Screen, my Dashboard Screen and my Reports Screen. Thanks in advance for your help! Best regards to all Christopher (Chris) Souter (Sydney, Australia)
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