How to change the language of Windows 8?
Unlike Windows 7, bringing one language preinstalled, and the possibility to switch packets through Windows Update was only available in the full versions.
Letting users who want to switch languages on your PC system, they had to pay to get a valid packet in the other versions.
In Windows 8 or Windows RT, this problem is not present. The development team took appropriate to give freedom to users so they can install whenever they wanted any of the 100 languages available completely free.
The process to change the language of our new system is quite simple:
- The first thing you have to do is click on the settings button Shortcut Bar -> Change Settings -> General Purpose -> Language
- In the new window, we click on Add a language, then choose the desired package, and its available options we click on Download and install language pack.
- Once the download is complete package through Windows Update, just have to move the language to the first position in the previous window and restart the PC to complete the changes.
Thanks to the language packs, users of Windows 8 or Windows RT will have the freedom to read and write in several languages regardless of the country where you bought the PC.
In addition to consumers who want to switch to Windows 8 this Christmas, Microsoft has prepared an offer valid until 31 January by which you can upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for €29.99.Tags: languages, Windows 8, Microsoft