Change main language of my Vista PC

May 23, 2010 at 00:49:12
Specs: Windows Vista
alright so i bought this computer a couple days ago and when i got it the main language was sum Asian language k I've changed most of it to English but sum stuff still has that Asian language... is it possible to premanitly change the language from the Asian 1 to English...

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May 23, 2010 at 04:38:29
"There are two possible scenarios:

... you have Windows Vista Ultimate or Enterprise Edition installed - the solution is very straightforward and involves you downloading the language you need as a Windows Update;

... you have Windows Vista Home (Basic or Premium) or Business installed - unfortunately, due to licensing constraints, users having these versions of Windows Vista cannot have more than one language installed on their PC. Due to this, additional languages are not available in Windows Update . Therefore, a workaround is needed and I will give details in this article. The solution is pretty complicated and error prone. However, if you follow it closely, it can work."

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May 27, 2010 at 00:08:45

You can change the main language in Windows Vista using following steps:
1.) Go to "Control Panel"
2.) Click on "Clock, Language and Region" (if view type is in Large or small Icaon mode, click "Region and Language" Icon)
3.) Click "Region and Language"
4.) In the popup winddow "Region and language" under "Keyboards and Languages" tab, click "Change Keyboards..."
5.) Here you can change or add default input language.

Thank you :)

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May 27, 2010 at 03:59:10
Re Post 2 -

FYI Whatever Settings you set in Language and Region will NOT change the main language of Windows Vista itself. It will only enable you to read & write in another language of your choice. I second the advice given by mavis007.


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