Intego software can be localized into one of the following languages:
The software will display in the Primary Language as set by macOS. To modify the language settings on your Mac you will need to update the Mac’s Preferred Language in the 'Language and Region' menu in System Preferences. To do this, open macOS System Preferences from the top menu bar:
You may also be able to find the System Preferences icon within the Dock, like in the image below:
Then open the Language & Region menu:
Under Preferred Languages is where to set the new Primary Language for the system:
Note: There is a difference between setting your Mac’s Primary Language and adding secondary languages to your system. If you modify the Primary Language, it will change the language of your operating system. If you simply add a secondary language to the list, your Intego software will appear in the supported language based on the order of the preferred languages.
To add a new Primary Language click the '+' icon in the lower left corner of the window, locate the language to add, then click the Add button:
Next, it will ask if you would like to use the new language as your Primary Language:
If you are setting the new language as the system’s primary language, your Mac will need to be restarted for the changes to occur.