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If you live in a multi-lingual household or work alongside a co-worker who speaks another language, you can easily share a Windows 10 PC, by enabling a language interface. A language pack will convert the names of menus, field boxes and labels throughout the user interface for users in their native language. Windows has included multi-lingual support since Windows XP. Microsoft made it an exclusive feature in Windows Vista Ultimate, then dropped this requirement with Windows 8. In this article, we show you how to install a language pack, then switch between them in Windows 10.
The TortoiseGit user interface has been translated into many different languages, so you may be able to download a language pack to suit your needs. You can find the language packs on our translation status page . And if there is no language pack available yet, why not join the team and submit your own translation ;-)
Windows* Setup asks you to select your preferred language. If your preferred language isn't on the list of available languages, choose English to complete Windows Setup. After setup is complete, follow the steps to download and install your preferred language pack.
Please note that user-provided language packs are not supported by Realtime Soft, and Realtime Soft provides no guarantees as to the accuracy of the translation. Supported language packs can be downloaded here.
Click the \"Ajouter une Langue\" (Add a Language) button on the screen that lists the available languages, and double-click \"English (United States)\" to add it as an option. Move it up to the top of the list using the \"Monter\" (Move Up) button, and then click the \"Options\" link. If you see a \"Telecharger et Installer le Module Linguistque\" (Download and Install Language Pack) link, click the link and allow Microsoft to download and install the English language pack. Sign out of Windows and then sign back in to change the language to English.
Balabolka can use Ispell. International Ispell is an interactive spell-checking program for Unix; for Windows users, Luzius Schneider has provided a complete package containing Ispell and dictionaries for 30 languages. (not updated since 2007)
I tried to download the Korean language pack from Microsoft, but it is apparently downloadable only by users with the most current Microsoft Office -- mine is very old. A Microsoft multilanguage support pack for IE5 will not install on my computer -- an error message comes up saying I need the later pack (which I cannot download because, in fact, I am *not* running the correct software.) And, anyhow, I am interested, at the moment in my browsers, not Office. 153554b96e