How to change Windows native language
Hi. Today I want to show you a neat little trick. This is how you change the native language of windows. It is very easy.
I will show you how to do it by mice, but you can do it even faster with some shortcuts. I will show you those later.
First… Bring your mice down to the “Start” area. And click. That brings up the Start menu “drop up”. At the top you will see the aero start menu. If you do not have a standard startmenu, you enter this by pressing at the icon on the down left corner.
This brings you into the aero menu. Then you just have to go to the search area. Actually, you do not even have to do that. You can just start writing. Enter “Settings”, if your language is English. Otherwise you should enter something like region settings in your language.
As you see, this brings up some PC settings. You simply press this, like this. This will open the settings window in the interface.
Bring your mice to the rightmost side of your screen. As you see, there are several options. Press PC and devices, which means you are entering the windows setup. Hit Time and Language, in your language / the number 8 from the top. Press it.
This brings up the next interface window, called time and language in english. Press Region and language, the second choice. Hit over to the white area. If you press the drop down you will see several options. You have to have those languages installed, othervise they will not be activated. As you see I have Norwegaian and English installed. Then I just press at the language I want my Windows interface to display. Then I have to click the buttong “set as primary”. And that is it. The next time you start up your pc, your interface will be in your preferred language.