A few days ago, we covered how to install and change display language in Windows 7. We also showed you how to install language packs in not supported Windows 7 Home Premium and Professional editions. In this guide, we will show you how to change keyboard language in Windows 7.
Changing the keyboard language (input language) allows you type texts in other languages with your keyboard. For example, you can change your keyboard language from the default English to Arabic or Chinese or Tamil with a few clicks.
Change Windows 7 keyboard input language
1. Open Region and Language by typing the same in start menu search box and hitting enter.
2. In the region and language dialog-box, switch to Keyboards and Languages tab. Under Keyboards and other input languages, click Change keyboards button to open Text Services and Input Languages dialog box.
3. Here, under Installed services, click Add button to see a list of languages available to choose from.
4. Select your language, expand the tree (click + button to expand) and check the box. Click the OK button to revert to Text Services ad Input Languages button.
5. Under Default input language, select the installed input language in the drop-down list and click Apply button.
6. You are done! Open Notepad or any other text editor to start typing in your language.