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Change empowering technology language to english

Please could you help me change Language from NL to English UK on empowering technology and other things such as hotmail, google etc.
Many thanks,
Kate

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    Dear, Sir!,, I need to change the acer empowering tech language to English!.. My Aspire 4530 currently run with Danish!.. if somebody has idea, regards!,

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Hi,
   click the " language tools" at the right hand side of the search bar at the google site. a page appears, under the heading " Use the Google Interface in Your Language" select the english language....

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