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How to Change Display Language on Windows 10

 Windows 10 can change the default language. You no longer have to worry about the default language when buying a computer. If you want to use a different language, you can change it at any time.


You can download and install additional languages ??for Windows 10 to view menus, dialog boxes, and other items in the language of your choice. Here's how:



Install Language in Windows 10


1. Click the “Start” menu, then select “Settings”, then select “Time & Language”.


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2. Select “Region & language” on the left, and click “Add a language” on the right pane.


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3. A new window will appear, there is a list of available languages ??that can be installed on your computer. The languages ??are listed in alphabetical order according to the Windows language standard. Click on the language you want, to start downloading.


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4. Go back to the previous “Time & Language” setting and click on the language you just installed. You will see three options: “Set as default”, “Option”, and “Remove”. Click “Options”, and then click “Download” to download the language pack and keyboard for that language.


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Changing Display Language


To change the language of the user account you are currently using, select the language, then click “Set as default.” You will see a notification appear under the language, “Will be display language after next sign-in”. You must first sign-out and sign-in again, then the display of your chosen language will appear.


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Changing the Language on the Welcome Screen and New User Account


Changing the language pack for the user account will not change the default Windows system language used in the welcome screen, sign-in, sign-out, Shutdown, Start menu headings, and Account Admin.

Here's how to replace it:

1. Open “Control Panel, then select “Region” (Make sure the Control Panel display becomes an icon).

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2. Select the “Administrative” tab then click “Copy settings”.

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3. You can choose to copy your currently selected language into your system account. Alternatively, you can set it as the default for new user accounts. Check the box below as you wish. When finished, click "OK" then restart your computer.

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