Problem with AOL recently is that they have inserted ads in Spanish at the bottom of my mailbox and in my emails as well. Those revolving ads are supposed to be in English only. That's why AOL latino is...
I assume that you are not in Spain or any other region where Latin or Spanish is widely spoken like in South America.
That said, Check your Windows settings first,
(1)Go to Start menu.
(2) On the start menu go to control panel.
(3) In the control panel you will find Regional settings or Region and Language, in your Windows Vista.
(4) Make sure the Format, Language, Keyboard language etc has correct settings i.e.If your in United States it should reflect that because many online applications like AOL pick there settings from there.
(5)In a similar manner check as much as possible that the regional settings in other web/internet applications like hotmail and yahoo etc if you use them are correct and does not pertain to Spain or any other unwanted world regions. Just look around and explore in those applications.
(6)Restart your PC for the settings to take effect.
If this does not work then try the solution#2
Give up your account on server without loosing your contacts.
(1) Export all contacts to your computer from AOL contacts, contact management tab or the like.
(2) Save the contacts (which is usually a single and a small file) on your local machine on desktop or another secure and accessible location.
(3) Completely terminate or delete your account on the AOL.
server and make sure it happens before you go any further. This is very important.
(4) Once you confirm with AOL about your account deletion. You recreate your account with AOL all over again and be very vigilant about the information you give with the sign up form esp. the regional info.
(5)Once the account is recreated with same AOL ID as I suggest import all your contacts back into your account giving the file path inside your AOL email interface to the location in your computer by the same option you exported it. This option will be found in tabs inside you email like Contacts or Contacts management. It is quite easy!
(6) for some reason if you do not recreate your AOL ID which is highly unlikely. You can consider having another ID on AOL with a different user name and then import all your contacts there. After that create a group for all your contacts put all the contacts (of your friends, family and loved ones etc.) and send an email about the "change of your email/chat address" to that group so that they can update you information in there account.
Sep 18, 2010 |
Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition