Tips to Windows® 7 – Switch between more than one display languages
Get the ability to switch between more than one display languages with Windows 7 Ultimate and Windows 7 Enterprise versions. These display languages can be installed with the MIU (Multi User Interface) or the LIP (Lip Interface Pack) language packs.
Without the display language preferences, it is difficult to determine what localized languages can be used to display the various features like text in wizards, menus, Help and Support Topics, dialog boxes and other features in the UI (User Interface).
Apart from changing the language the language directly through MIU or LIP, there is another option to alter the display language when there are more languages installed on the Windows 7 system. These languages can be switched and to enable it you will have to follow the given steps:
Step 1 Go to the Start button and click on it. From there, navigate towards the control panel.
Step 2 There will be an option of Category View. Click on the link which shows the clock, language and region. Here, the user will have the option to change the display language under the caption Region and Language.
Step 3 There will be another option to view Icons. Click on the Region and Language icon. Proceed towards the Keyboards and Languages tab from here.
Step 4 Now, you will get a list of all the installed languages under the Display Language section. Choose the one from the many that you wish to make it as your display language. Make sure that you have the languages installed in your Windows 7 otherwise it will not show.
Step 5 Finally, to get it into operation, simply click on Apply.
The switch has now been completed successfully to a new display language. However, you will have to log out and then login again in order to see the change. It is noteworthy that the new display language that has been applied is only for the existing user account and not applicable on the welcome screen and the system reserved accounts.