Posted April 26, 2010 – 7:12 pm in: Windows 7 Guides
Most of our readers should already be familiar with Language Interface Packs (LIPs) as we have already covered how to install language interface packs in Windows 7. If you have installed a couple of languages, you may already know how to switch between these installed languages.
Part 1: How To install display language pack
Please refer our step-by-step how to install language pack in Windows 7 guide.
Part 2: How to switch between installed language packs
If are new to Windows 7, changing the display language is very simple. Here is how to do it:
1. Type Region and language or intl.cpl in Start menu search box and then hit enter.
2. In the Region and Language box, switch to Keyboards and Languages tab.
3. Here you will see all the languages that you have installed. Select the language in the drop down list click Apply button to switch from the current language. In case you can’t see any installed languages, please refer our how to install language packs in Windows 7 guide.
Please note that you can’t install Language Interface Packs in Windows 7 Home Premium and Professional editions. LIPs are available for Windows 7 Enterprise and Windows 7 Ultimate editions only.Tags: Install Language Pack, Windows 7
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