How do I add another language for Windows to display menus, dialogue boxes and supported apps and websites in that language?
In Windows, you can change the display language for system, settings, and function, etc. You can also add multiple languages and switch them anytime.
Before changing the language, remember how to get back to the language settings. Unfortunately, it is a little more difficult to find in an unknown language!
If you receive an “Only one language pack allowed” or “Your Windows license supports only one display language” message, it means that you have a single language edition of Windows. You can’t add a new language unless you purchase an upgrade to either Windows Home or Windows Pro.
If you have downloaded several language packs, you can switch the display language anytime.
Installing multiple language packs might affect the hard drive space, so you are able to uninstall the language packs you will no longer use.
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Review Date: 2022-10-15