Changing the display language is especially useful in environments where multiple users access a single computer and users prefer different languages. You can download and install additional languages for Windows 10 to see menus, dialogs, and other UI items in your preferred language.
Instructions to install language in Windows 10
First, log into Windows 10 using an administrator account. Press Windows + I to open the “ Settings ” window and then click “ Time & Language “.
Select “ Region & language ” on the left, and then click the “ Add a language ” button on the right.
The “ Add a Language ” window displays the languages that are available to be installed on your computer. The languages are listed alphabetically according to Windows default languages. Click the language you want to start the download.
Go back to the “ Time & Language ” screen, you will see any languages you have installed. Click on a specific language and you will see three options below: ” Set as default “, ” Options”, “Remove “”. Click ” Options ” and then click ” Download ” button to download the language and keyboard pack for that language.
Change the display language
To change the language of the user accounts that you are using, go back to the “ Time & Language ” Settings page, select the language, and then click “ Set as default “. You should see a message appear in the language that reads, “ Will be display language after next sign-in. ”Log out and back into Windows, and your display language will be set. If you want to change the language of a user account, log on to the account first. You can set up a different language for each user account.
Change the Language of the Welcome screen and new User Accounts
Applying a language pack to a user account may not necessarily change the default Windows system language used in Welcome, Sign In, Sign Out, Shutdown Screen, Start menu items, and built-in admin accounts.
To get all this to change as well, first make sure you have installed at least one additional language pack and are one of the user accounts that has been set up to use one language. is displayed differently than default. If the computer has only one user account, its display language must be changed from default.
Open the Control Panel , convert it to icon view if it is not already there, and then double-click “ Region “.
On the “ Administrative ” tab, click the “Copy settings “ button.
The window that opens allows you to copy the current language with the system account, thus causing everything to show up in the language you choose. You also have an option to set the current language as the default for new users. Just make sure the language visible to the user currently logged in is the one you want to use everywhere. After setting your preferences, click ” OK “, and then restart your computer.
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