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    Hey i wana be a little bit diffrent from the rest of the windows xp/vista users, we all know how you have the start menu at the bottom left as default, well i was browsing the other day and seen an Hebrew version of xp, the start button was actually on the bottom right... is there any program what will do this for me?
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    You can get the Hebrew version lol. But trust me, working with that configuration is Hella confusing. I had to set up a modem interne connection on a Hebrew windows, it was not fun.
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    Exactly... i don't want Hebre windows XP/Vista, i just want that style/look.
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    isn't it homebrew? not hebrew as a Jew
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    No, I'm pretty sure he meant what he said...
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    hebrew is written from right to left. so maybe that is why start is on the right.
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    :laugh: That made me laugh so much.

    Your right my friend :)

    Yes... obviously, but i don't want my "start" menu to appear like that, just the style of my Windows OS

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