Changing the display language in Windows Vista

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					Changing the display language in Windows Vista The language is the language that Windows uses, most wizards, dialog boxes, menus, entry assistance and support, and other elements on the user interface (UI). In Windows Vista, additional display languages MUI (Multilingual User Interface Pack) can be verified by users of Windows Vista will be installed Ultimate, and Enterprise (other language) of a single screen. If more than one language is installed, users can modify and change the display language by following the steps below. Change the display language (even in standby mode) 1. Click on the Start menu, select Control Panel. 2. ) Click on Clock, Language and Regional Options (or Regional and Language Options icon in Classic view. 3. Click to change the display language in "Regional and Language Options. For users in Classic View, click the Keyboards and Languages tab. 4. Under Display language, choose a language from the list. If you each presentation list was language, make sure that language packs or additional files installed. 5. Click OK (skip if you use the language of the welcome screen, you want to) change as well. The new language now applies to the user interface. Log off and log on again to accept the changes. The new language applies to your user account only, but not in the home screen or the default user account for new users. To change the language in the home screen and / or a standard user account, proceed as follows: 1. In the options of "Regional and Language Options, click the Administration tab. 2. Click the Copy button on the payroll later booked into "" section. 3. If you set an administrator password or confirmation of the UAC, enter the password or provide confirmation. 4. In the configuration options of the "Regional and Language Options dialog box, choose to see system accounts (local system, local service and network service) in the box. The system accounts are special accounts used by Windows services. This setting allows administrators to specify a display language and keyboard layout of the Welcome screen. It also sets the display language for users who do not specify a display language. Optionally, you can copy the current configuration of the user accounts by default, select the default user account (new users) in the box. The default account is used as a template for creating new user accounts. This configuration allows administrators to configure the default format, keyboard layout, and display language for new users. Each user account created on the computer after the settings have been copied to the default user account, these settings are applied. Existing user accounts are not affected. 5. Click OK to accept the changes.

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