If you have installed a new display language and you no longer need to use it, you can save some disk space by removing it completely from your computer. This tutorial will explain in detail the procedure you need to follow for doing so.
Clock, Language, and Region
How To Configure the Clock, Language, and Region Settings in Windows
In a previous article, we covered how to install and change to a new display Language in Windows 7 Home and Professional using the only method provided by Microsoft. Even if that solution works without problems, it is limited because it supports a small number of display languages and it is also a bit complicated to get things done. Fortunately there is an alternative which allows you to install any display language. However, it involves using a special tool to hack your Windows 7, named Vistalizator. This tutorial will show how to use this tool to install any display language you want.
Recently, we published a tutorial on how to Install and Change to a New Display Language in Windows 7 Ultimate & Enterprise. However, Windows Ultimate is not widely used when it comes to home users. At that time, we promised to show in an upcoming tutorial how to install and change to a new display language when using Windows Home and Professional editions. It is time to show how.
If you buy a laptop from a different country and Windows 7 comes pre-installed, most probably you will want to change the display language to the one used in your country. The same when, for example, you want to give a computer as a gift to someone else, who might not be keen on using Windows 7 in English and they prefer their local language. For such scenarios, you need to know how to install and change the display language. The procedure is different, depending on the version of Windows 7 you have installed. In this tutorial we will cover the procedure you need to follow when using Ultimate and Enterprise editions of Windows 7. For other editions, stay tuned for future tutorials.
In Windows 7 (as with most other operating systems) you can change both the language of the keyboard you are using to type things and the language of the visual interface. In this tutorial, I will show you how to manage the keyboard input languages on your system. This includes: how to add or remove a language, previewing the keyboard layout of a language, customizing the language bar and switching between languages.
In one of our articles we've discussed about how to Customize the Date, Time and Related Settings. In this tutorial I will show how to configure related settings such as the way dates, time, numbers and currency are shown for your user account.
In this tutorial I will talk about how to change the date and time settings in Windows 7. I will show you how to customize the format of the date and time, how to have additional clocks for different time zones in your taskbar, how to update the time from an internet time server and how to change time synchronization settings.