If you live in an English-speaking country and purchased a PC at your local retailer or online, chances are you are running an English version of Windows 7.
If your native language is something other than English, you can change the display language in Windows 7 to one of the more than 30 languages supported by Microsoft’s operating system
- (1)– Setting the Region and Language in Windows 7
To use languages other than the default installed in Windows, you need to download them from Microsoft and then install the language pack for the language you wish to use.
- To get started, click Start (Windows logo) to open the Start Menu.
- When the Start Menu opens, enter change display language in the Windows search box.
- A list of search results will appear in the Start menu. Click Change display language on the list.
- The Region and Language window opens. Select the Keyboards and Languages tab.
- Click the Install/Uninstall Languages… button.
- (2)– Install Additional Language Packs From Windows Update
- The Install or uninstall display languageswizard appears prompting you to Install display languages or Uninstall display languages.
- Click Install display languages to download the language packs.
- You then are prompted to select the location of the language packs with two options, Launch Windows Update or Browse computer or network.
If you don’t already have the language pack you need stored on your PC, click Launch Windows Update to download the latest language packs direct from Microsoft.
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