To install or change the language in Windows 8.1 or eight is a very important key feature in Win 8.1 and 8! Here is a clear solution to show how to solve the problem!
To install additional languages for Windows-8/8.1, or to change the current language, please press the key combination [Windows Logo] + [R] and type in the edit-box the command
control.exe /name Microsoft.Language (... See Image-1 Arrow-2).
Likewise, you can open the Windows-8 language settings (Image-1) via the "Control Panel"
See: ... Open (call, start) Control Panel In Windows 8.1/8!
and then click the icon (symbol) "languages".
Now you can install other Windows-8 and 8.1 language ( ... See Image-1 Arrow-1 ).
Move after installing the required language to the first position ( ... See Image-1 Arrow-3 ).
Likewise, by clicking "Remove" you can uninstall unneeded languages from Windows-8.
Tip: ... Download Windows 8.1
On this point, you can also change the Keyboard layout!
Language for Windows-8:
Chinese (Simplified) Chinese (Traditional)
Inuktitut (Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics)
Mongolian (Traditional Mongolian)
Sesotho sa Leboa
Uyghur Uzbek (Cyrillic)
By adding multiple languages to your account, you can:
* Choose the language, that you want to see most often in Windows and in the apps you use.
* Switch between the languages you use to type.
For Windows 8, you'll be able to add and type in the languages that were in Windows 7. You might also be able to download a language pack in English, Arabic, Catalan, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional, Taiwan), French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish (depending on your region).
First, you have to add the languages you want to use to your list. You might have to download and install a language pack for some languages to work on your PC. If you need a language pack, you'll see available for download next to the language name in the language list.
FAQ 33: Updated on: October 19th 2013 22:23