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If your running windows, you should be able to go to the "Control Panel" and click on the "Regional and Language" icon to change your language settings

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How to change the laungage


If you want to change to language of your computer then you will need to do some changes in your computer languages settings. Where is it possible i will help you in simple steps....

  • Click Start and then Control Panel
  • In Control Panel, if you are in Category View, click on Switch to Classic View
  • Open Regional and Language Options in Control Panel.
  • Click on the Languages tab.
  • Under Supplemental language support, select the check box beside the applicable language collection
  • Click OK or Apply. You will prompted to insert the Windows CD-ROM or point to a network location where the files are located. After the files are installed, you must restart your computer.

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How do i change language from the monitor to english


Click START then select HELP AND SUPPORT. Type in the query section CHANGE COMPUTER LANGUAGE then select CHANGE DISPLAY LANGUAGE from the list of options given. Then click Click to open Regional and Language Options. Then select the Language from the drop down menu and Click OK. This is the method to get help on most things on your computer.

Alternatively go to START > CONTROL PANEL > Regional and Language Options

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Change my computers language


You can change the language settings Click start control panel regional and language options select regional language options from the drop down list select the language you want also from the bottom drop up list you can select your present location location or another language

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How do i change from spanish to english


Change the display language
1. Click the start menu
2. Click the control panel
3. Click on the clock, language, & region option
4. Click on change display language, under regional and language options
5. For users on classic view click on keyboards & languages tab
6. Under display language,, choose language from the list
7. If no list of languages is displayed,, make sure you have additional
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I have a Spanish computer with XP on. My problem is that this is obviously in Spanish and I want to change to English. Do I have to buy new software?


To change the default language on your computer, goto the control panel - Regional and Language Options. You will need to make changes on all three tabs- Regional Options, Languages & Advanced. Changing the defaults to English on each of these tabs will change most programs to the default language of the system settings. You will need to reboot your computer for these changes to take affect. Please be aware that the default language is changed for all users of the computer.
Some specialized programs that were installed may have to be reinstalled if all the languages were not installed by default, but overall you should not have any problems.
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My probook 4510s is set up with US keyboard, how can I change it to UK setting?


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  • Right-click on the taskbar and click on "Toolbars."
  • Step 2 Click on "Language bar." If this option doesn't appear on the menu, you only have one language on your computer. Refer to the steps in Section 2 to add languages to your computer. If you have to add "English (United Kingdom)," you may have to restart your computer before you can change the keyboard layout.
  • Step 3 Click on "Input language."
  • Step 4 Select "English (United Kingdom)" from the list of languages.
  • Step 5 Click on "Keyboard layout" and select the "English (United Kingdom)" keyboard layout and apply the changes.
    Add Languages to Your Computer
  • Step 1 Click on the "Start" icon.
  • Step 2 Click on "Control Panel."
  • Step 3 Click on "Clock, Language, and Region."
  • Step 4 Click on "Regional and Language Options."
  • Step 5 Click on the "Keyboards and Languages" tab and click on "Change keyboards..."
  • Step 6 Click on "Add..." in the "Installed Services" section.
  • Step 7 Select "English (United Kingdom)" on the list and check each of the entries under "Keyboard" and "Other," and then click on "OK" to close the menu.
  • Step 8 Click on "Apply" and "OK" to add "English (United Kingdom)" to your computer.
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    I accidentally changed the language on my monitor how do i change it back to original settings


    If you need to change the OSD language for the monitor, press Menu (the rest of the buttons will light). Then press Main Menu and select Advanced (it is the second from the bottom) Press Choose and then Select. The line to change the language, go to the second line (from the top), use the Adjust button to scroll through the available languages. Press Back to return to a previous menu; press Menu Off to exit.

    If the language change was in the OS of the computer, it will depend on OS. In Windows, the Control Panel is the starting place. Then Clock, Language, and Region. The Region and Language area will have a keyboard language and display language (if multiple languages are installed) tabs in Win7. (The older versions of Windows are similar.)

    I hope this helps.

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    Usually when you change the language, there are 3 options at the bottom of the window
    1. OK
    2.Cancel/Back
    3.Apply

    Click on Apply first and then wait to let the system take effect of the operation and then click on OK and restart the computer

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