Language switching in 7 Ultimate. Easy?

Started Jul 27, 2012 | Discussions thread
Owashi
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Re: You can easily ....
In reply to Zone8, Jul 27, 2012

Thanks! That was what I was looking for...........

Zone8 wrote:

... change both the Language and Keyboard - via Control Panel - you can have several different options - select one as the default - and Win7 puts a small language icon in the bottom right taskbar area - just click on that to swap as required. Next boot always reverts back to the one you set as the default to auto use. Of course, you can also always change the defaul if so required.

If you use Windoze - it would take a couple of minutes to find and do. If not - use Start - Control Panel - Region & Language - in the dialogue box you will see tabbed pages for changing keyboard layout and language.

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