How to Change Windows 7 display language: Install Language Packs under optional updates
Windows 7 has come with the best features related to languages. Previously in Win XP, you need to insert the “installation disc” to install any east-asian language support. Some languages were installed my default. Similarly in Windows 7, you have the option to change the language displayed on the window menus, start menu etc. First of all, Install Language Pack in Windows 7
Then to change the default language used in Windows 7, go to Control Panel —> Region and Language. In the opened window, select the “Keyboard and Languages” tab. Then under “Choose a display language”, select your required language.
Only those languages will be displayed for which you installed language packs downloaded from the optional updates from Microsoft Updates.
Here, I selected Japanese language in the previous window and once i logged in back, my entire display has changed to “Japanese”. But you will still see some English words here and there.
Voila, read the custom menus etc in your own language.
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