Configure Maple so that it operates in a way that best suits your needs.
Most preferences are set through the Options Dialog.
There are several additional ways to customize Maple to make it most suitable for your environment: change kernel modes; create an initialization file; set a default User Profile; change your user mode and directory information; and use accessibility features.
To find out about the three kernel modes (shared, parallel, and mixed), see Change Kernel Modes.
To find out how to set up a file of commands that execute automatically on startup, see Create Maple Initialization File.
To find out how to set a default User Profile that will
set your preferred numeric formatting
set your preferred system of units
automatically execute Maple commands and insert them into Startup Code
every time you open a new worksheet, see User Profile.
To find out how to change your user mode and directory, see Change User Mode and Directory (Windows only).
To find out about accessibility in Maple, such has how to enter screen reader mode, see Accessibility Features.
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