Under the User Preferences interface of your cPanel account, you can perform various changes, modifications, and configurations. Here, you can change your passwords, create stronger passwords, enable the external authentication process, as well as link and unlink accounts with the external authentication.
However, there are several other options in this interface that you will find really useful. Here are the other options you should check out the next time you log in to your cPanel account.
One of the other features you will find in the User Preferences interface is the “Change Language” option. With this, you can select your preferred language settings you want to use with your cPanel account.
When you want to change the current language of your cPanel interface, just follow these steps:
A few reminders though. First, is that whenever you change the language settings of your cPanel interface, it makes use of a cookie in the browser you used. This cookie will only last for one year. When you want to continue using the language, just perform the same steps enumerated above. You would also have to do this whenever you log in to your Webmail account using a different browser or when you delete cookies.
Another thing about the Languages feature has something to do with Accept-Language header of the browser you use. Having this feature set, the cPanel login interface will try to show the locale corresponding to the settings of your browser. Unavailable of the locale in your preferred browser’s header requests will result in the login interface displaying in English.
You can also perform modifications to your cPanel’s interface style. To do this, just follow these three steps.
Contact Information Changes
Sometimes, your contact details change because you have a new phone number, address, or email address. You can replace the existing information with the new ones via the “Contact Information” interface. Follow these steps to make the necessary changes.
Resetting your Current cPanel Interface Settings
In the event you want all the changes you made to go back to the default settings, you can also do it under the User Preferences interface. Just head to the user menu and locate and click the option for “Reset Page Settings.” This will result in the interface replacing the changes you made with the default values as well as appearance.