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How to change the Windows 7 Display Language:
1. Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Clock, Language, and Region / Change the display language
2. Switch the display language in the Choose a display language drop down menu.
3. Click OK
4. Restart for the changes to take effect (this will affect only the user profile under which you are currently logged on).
This may vary slightly depending on your operating system but if you goto the start menue and select Control Panel, then you may have to select "Classic view" (or the real control panel not the ridiculously dumbed down verson designed for people who shouldn't be allowed to use a computer) then select languages and regions and set them accordingly. Of course I can't tell you what these will be labled in Korean as I don't speak Korean.
The Galaxy Tab version you mentioned was only sold in South Korea, so the instructions would only be in Korean. However, you can find the English manual for the US Tab version, here.
Hope this helps. Have a great day!
- if your using windows 7 click start
- type region and language
- on format tab, change format to english (united states) and click apply below
- next is, go to keyboads and languages tab and click change keyboard
- under text services and input languages general tab
- under default langauge select english united states
- below installed services, change it to english united states and click apply ok