Change language Power Automate Desktop

I had an issue that my Power Automate Desktop was in Dutch while I wanted it to be in English like my Operating System language. I manage to figure out what setting was causing this and wanted to share this.

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If all else fails…

I wasn’t able to find a clear setting for the language in Power Automate Desktop. But you know the expression: if all else fails…try ProcMon.

When I had a quick look with ProcMon it look like it was looking at a Languages Multi-string value registry key. The location of that key is this:

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Changing the order

In my example it was just a matter of switching the languages in the preferred language settings. You can find these settings in the time & language settings section of the Windows system settings

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After changing this setting the Power Automate Desktop application should show the English language.

Happy testing!

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