How To Install Language Pack In Windows 7 Professional Edition

Earlier today, we published how to install language packs in Windows 7 Home Premium edition. Like Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional also doesn’t allow you install language packs by default.

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If you have gone through our how to install language packs in Windows 7 Home Premium guide, you needn’t go through this article as the procedure to install language packs in Windows 7 Home Premium and Professional is same.

Windows 7 Professional Edition users can follow the steps given below to install a language pack:

1. Download Vistalizator. Vistalizator is a portable tool for Vista and Windows 7 to install language packs.

2. Also download your language pack from here.

3. Fire up the Vistalizator program and click Add languages button to select the downloaded language pack. Click Open button to start extracting and installing the pack. Please click Ok if you are prompted with a warning message.

Install language pack in Windows 7 Professional

Install language pack in Windows 7 Professional

Installing Language Pack in Windows 7 Professional

how to install language pack in Windows 7 Professional

4.  Vistalizator will take a few minutes to complete the language pack installation. Once done, you can activate the new language. You can also switch between installed and default languages using the same tool.

install language pack in Windows 7 Professional edition

Install Language pack in Windows 7 Professional guide

5. Good luck with installing language interface packs.

Comments

  1. John Wheatley says

    For W7 with SP1 we will have to wait and see if Vistalizator provides us with an update.

    If you installed Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 yourself, you can uninstall it and apply Vistalizator, then reinstall the Win7 SP1.

    If your Windows 7 installation media already came with SP1 integrated into Windows 7, then you cannot uninstall SP1 and will have to wait (unless you can get the W7 without SP1 installation media and you are willing to do a fresh install).

    I wrote about the disgraceful restrictive practices that Microsoft adheres to, with respect to Language packs for its operating systems, in my blog a couple of years ago, but I see nothing has changed.

  2. Senan says

    Is will not tobe installet i win7 with SP1 .. what can i do? i have a win7 pro sp1 and want to change the language to Danish?

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