How to change language settings in Windows XP?

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My computer is bought here in Thailand, and it was set in Thai language.

Everything is in Thai so I cannot work properly with it.

I am tired of Google translation which is sometimes out of the blue. I have just downloaded Photoscape but it was also in Thai.

I don’t know how to locate the settings to change the language since I cannot understand any single word on my computer.

But someone advised me that in order to change language in Windows XP, I need to buy a genuine copy of it.

I don’t think I have it here.

Please let me know if you have suggestions.

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How to change language settings in Windows XP?

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When using windows XP, you will need to follow the procedure below to change the language settings of your computer:

 

 

 

  • You will need to open the Control Panel, and you will do that by going to Start on your computer and then click on the control panel.
  • In the control panel, you will need to open Regional and Language Options.  
  • And then you will click on the Languages tab.
  • You will need to make sure that Supplemental language support items are checked.
 
 
 
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  • After that you will need to click on the Advanced tab.
  • And then you will select the language from the list in the Language for non-Unicode programs As shown in the image below

 

 

Clair Charles

 

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