Change the display language
Applies to all editions of Windows Vista. Which edition of Windows Vista am I using?
The display language is the language that Windows uses in wizards, dialog boxes, menus, Help and Support topics, and other items in the user interface. Some display languages are installed by default
, and others require you to install additional language files. When you change the display language, it is changed for your user account and is not changed on the Welcome screen
. If you want to set the display language for multiple users or the Welcome screen, see Apply regional and language settings to reserved accounts
Open Regional and Language Options by clicking the Start
, clicking Control Panel
, clicking Clock, Language, and Region
, and then clicking Regional and Language Options
Click the Keyboards and Languages
Under Display language
, choose a language from the list, and then click OK
NoteIf you don't see the list of display languages, you need to install additional language files first. For more information, see Install a display language.
When you change the display language, the text in menus and dialog boxes for some programs might not be in the language that you want. This happens because the program might not support Unicode
. For more information about changing the text in menus and dialog boxes for programs that do not support Unicode, see Change the system locale
For the camera, you need to go to Sony's website, search for the drivers for your model, then select the Vista driver.
You may have to copy and paste the link into your browser.
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