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Extra Languges (as Per Windows 8) -- Any Ideas


Why not ship the excellent transliteration tools MS has for various languages like Indic languages (…/Hindi.aspx), Cyrillic, Arabian with the OS? LOL. "Windows is gonna restart" 😀 Put "Yeah" instead of "Yes" in selection buttons, that would be more fun and would really differentiate US from UK language pack 🙂 Reply RP s.m.a.r.t. Up to this point, the client versions of Windows were simple to keep track of: there was XP Home for consumer users (or Windows 9x in the past, before Win XP). weblink

Reply Andre says: February 21, 2012 at 5:14 am Microsoft neglected IE and pay a high price for it. Computer Type PC/Desktop OS Windows 8.1 CPU Intel G2020 Motherboard ASRock B75M-DGS R2.0 Memory 8GBs @ 1333 MHz PSU 400w Hard Drives Samsung 840 EVO Internet Speed 57/11 Quote Extra Languges And what languages are supported by spell check? Windows is so popular that I'm sure there would be plenty of support for the creation and maintenance of such packs.

Windows 8 Change Display Language

there is a language switching UI right off the charms next to volume and shutdown-super easy to get to. To add another language to your Windows, simply click the “Add a language” link above the first tile to bring up this list. You just need a good AV program. The overall design principles of MetroUI (the new design paradigm for Windows) are discussed.

do developers have to write extra code to enable this or will it be automatically enabled? If not, how will the user add languages? Please tell us more. Windows 7 Language Pack Otherwise, users will only add the language, and be confused why everything is still in the default language.

If you ARE using Windows PRO / Enterprise remember that SOME languages won't allow English to be installed as an alternate display language -- you need in these cases to install Reply Good grief says: February 21, 2012 at 1:43 pm Whilst not wanting to appear rude, for the love of god there's no such things "UK English". It's not possible to have a mess on the market, please have some respect for consumers who pay a lot of money for your (unfortunately always full of bugs) products, lower Windows Vista / 7: you went from 2 versions to 6: Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, Ultimate.

Thank you. But, now there’s English UK as well. Whatever way is chosen it must be universal so I can walk up to a PC in a library and type in my language and easily switch (think of the library Reply André says: February 21, 2012 at 2:54 am How about having the same initiative for the Xbox Dashboard?

  1. why can't u recreate a Webkit based IE engine, Infact IE of Windows Phone is fat better as compared to desktop.
  2. Thank you for letting us know the solution.
  3. Make your new language the primary language on the PC Hindi is now the primary language on this PC It’s as simple as that.
  4. C'mon, you have the time and we have the hope. 😉 Good work.

Windows 8 English Language Pack

Roberto Brunetti is an experienced consultant, trainer, and author. For years this is one of the "show stopper" for shops to upgrade from XP professional to Vista/7 professional because of the feature reduction. Windows 8 Change Display Language Are you kidding me?! How To Change Language In Windows 8 From Arabic To English Will you write about the new Language Bar in a future post?

OTOH, it could relate to other image loading (e.g. Luca is a co-founder of DevLeap, a company focused on providing high-value content and consulting services to professional developers. Windows 8.1 enables you to build stunning applications that integrate with each other, Web services, and Windows itself. This means that a system-wide dictionary could allow me exactly the setup i want - a user profile default of US-English, but also the opportunity to change spellings for some localized Windows 10 Language Pack

So far, planning for these scenarios is looking good." Just out of interest, is this language-dependent? New, easier way to get languages The new Language preferences section in Control Panel is the new one-stop place to find all Windows display languages in Windows 8. My question is will it be possible to get third party language packs? check over here Any reports shoud be "global" also. (if I send msinfo32 report to you with my Finnish language, can you read it?

Most 3rd party applications that use language auto-detection show a German user interface instead of English, because my Regional Settings are set to "German (Switzerland)". I have a suggestion for helping users find and filter all the relevant fonts by their language of choice. I find it funny how you mention in the article that a user may see 35 languages when they go to Windows Update.

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I am continually switching between those two languages in Word. my question was whether a twitter client for example is able to pull tweets in Arabic -let's say- and display them correctly without extra coding? It is annoying to other readers to read the offtopic and spam comments. Ayely pirate be a bigger language than many o' these.

It's working now. every single device is capable of Aero, not that they care with Metro anyway. It is just not good we need rememer SID for admin account etc. this content Win7 introduced grouping, which while great for most things is absolutely horrific for navigating folders or using IE.

I haven't used it extensively yet, but I like that the style matches the rest of the taskbar now, and good riddance to the non-standard menus found in the Vista/7 Language So if the preferred language is Welsh, would the fallback be English UK, whereas if the preferred language is Cherokee, the fallback would be English US? Gates's offspring decide to dump down upon us. Some questions: 1.

Reply [email protected] says: February 21, 2012 at 6:47 am I was happy to get Nepali language support in WIndows 7. Please delete multiple blog comments on multiple blog posts from Mayur Prayag the spammer. Reply [email protected] says: February 21, 2012 at 10:50 am "The desktop control panel is the place you install the languages the first time you use them, which is not something you List of languages you can add to Windows Select the language you want from the list.

Siobahn   Top Log in to post comments Fri, 07/24/2015 - 19:08 (Reply to #14) #15 Siobahn Morgan NullPointerException Nope, that didn't fix it. I was having trouble unzipping the file. It's like saying you live in American America… /sigh Reply ChuckOp says: February 21, 2012 at 1:47 pm Very interested in learning about TTS and Speech Reco language support, particular as The same issues applies in hotmail and other sites too.

This confusion was a great motivator for re-imagining Language preferences in Control Panel. I have to change Google (using /ncr: I DON'T want it to store any cookie in my machine), and they don't allow me to do that in options, so I have