CHANGE LANGUAGE SETTINGS IN WINDOWS 10


CHANGE DISPLAY LANGUAGE FROM ENGLISH TO DESIRED LANGUAGE IF LANGUAGE PACK NOT INSTALLED

LIST OF ALL AVAILABLE LANGUAGE PACKS

1. open Settings. — Windows + I
2. go to Time & language.
3. Click or tap Region & language
4. then the “Add a language” button
5. then choose example spanish -
6. then choose example spanish version — example Espanol (Espana). -
7. press Next.
8. select or check “Set as my Windows display language,”
9. Then, press Install.
10. Windows 10 displays a notification that it is adding some new features.
11. Wait for the selected language to be downloaded and installed.
12. When this process is finished, it appears in the list of available languages, with the status: “Language pack installed.”
13. You also get a notification in the Action Center, about its successful installation.
14. the language is installed only as a language for typing on your keyboard, not as a display language
15. Next, the operating system looks for the language pack in Windows Update and then it says: “Language pack available.”
16. The selected language is now downloaded and installed.
Note: Windows 10 is still in English.
17. Sign out and sign in
18. The operating system is now using the language that you have chosen.

CHANGE DISPLAY LANGUAGE FROM ENGLISH TO DESIRED LANGUAGE IF LANGUAGE PACK ALREADY INSTALLED

1. open Settings and go to Time & language.
2. choose “Region & language”
3. look for the Languages section.
4. Click inside the “Windows display language” drop-down list,
5. select the language that you want to use.
6. Windows 10 says that the selected language will be the display language after the next sign-in.
7. Sign out from Windows 10, and sign in again with your user account.
8. Windows 10 is now in the language that you have chosen.

HOW TO CHANGE THE DISPLAY LANGUAGE USES FOR APPS AND WEBSITES IN WINDOWS 10

1. open Settings and
2. go to Time & language.
3. choose “Region & language”
4. look for preffered language
5. select desired language then arrow it to the top of the list
6. you can then close settings

MAKE WINDOWS 10, WINDOWS 8.1 AND WINDOWS 7 USE THE THE SAME DISPLAY LANGUAGE EVERYWHERE…
BOTH ON THE DESKTOP AND ON THE LOCK SCREEN OR THE SIGN-IN SCREEN…

1. open a panel called Region.
– use Cortana’s search box from the taskbar. Enter the word region in it and then click or tap on the Region (Control Panel)
– goto control panel — goto clock, language, region — goto region
2. select administrative tab
3. select copy settings
4. check welcome entry at bottom of screen
5. click ok
6. reboot

FIX UNICODE PROGRAM CHANGE LANGUAGE ISSUES

1. open a panel called Region.
– use Cortana’s search box from the taskbar. Enter the word region in it and then click or tap on the Region (Control Panel)
– goto control panel — goto clock, language, region — goto region
2. select administrative tab
3. select change system locale
4. change to desired language
5. click ok
6. reboot

TRANSLATION OF VARIOUS WORDS

SETTINGS

TIME AND LANGUAGE

DISPLAY LANGUAGE

REGION AND LANGUAGE

ADD A LANGUAGE

SET AS MY WINDOWS DISPLAY LANGUAGE

INSTALL

LANGUAGE PACK INSTALLED

SUCCESSFUL INSTALLATION

ACTION CENTER

LANGUAGE PACK AVAILABLE

SELECTED LANGUAGE WILL BE THE DISPLAY LANGUAGE AFTER THE NEXT SIGN-IN

REGION

CLOCK, LANGUAGE, REGION

ADMINISTRATIVE

COPY SETTINGS

SYSTEM LOCALE

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