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Language setting i donot know how to set the language of my computer especially in microsoft not all displays are in english .i bought it the staff of the shop told that it is already converted to english..but what about microsoft..

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Open the Control Panel and then the Regional and Language Options folder; that is where you will find the language selection.

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