Sunday, September 16, 2012

How To Get Windows Xp/7 Interface in Regional Language.

By Jitendra Indave On Sunday, September 16, 2012

     It is very good option to the users who are not much familiar with the Microsoft default language (English) for its operating system. Microsoft has developed a Language Interface Pack (LIP) which provides facility to access windows in own regional language. A user can run interface of windows in Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, Malayalam, Punjabi, Dutch, Bulgarian, African, French, Greek, Irish, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu and in so many languages.
     The entire list of those language user will find here. How to get windows interface in the local language is given here step by step. Below , procedure for the Hindi language is given. You can choose the language, which is suitable for you.

Step by Step:
1.    If you are using windows xp than go to Windows xp Hindi interface and download that pack
    If you are using windows vista or 7 than go to Windows 7 Hindi Interface and download the pack.
2.    For Windows  after installation go to the control panel select region and language. In the dialogue box select third tab "Keyboards and Languages"

3.    From the the drop down list for "Choose a display language." select "Hindi"
4.    Restart your computer. you will find all your windows 7 interface in Hindi language.


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