[Windows 8] How to change languages in Windows 8.

Last Update date : 2014.10.02

 

 

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Windows 8 Start Screen

Drag your mouse pointer to access Charm Bar.

 

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In the search box, type “control panel.”

Click on the Control Panel icon.

 

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In the ‘Viewed by’ menu, change the selection from ‘Category’ to ‘Large icon’.

 

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Click the 'Add a Language' of the 'Language'.

Select the language of the local then click ‘Add’

(In this section, continue to select ‘Korean’)

 

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Click ‘Options’ for local language.

(In this section, continue to click Korean)

 

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Click ‘Download and install language pack.’

The pack will be downloaded and installed.

 

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After installation is complete, click ‘Options’ for local language once again.

(In this section, continue to click ‘Korean’)

 

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Click ‘Make this the primary language.’

Click ‘Log off later.’

 

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Select ‘Location’ at the bottom left corner of the screen.

Click ‘Location’ tab, then ‘Home location.’

 

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Select your country.

Click ‘Administrative’ tab.

 

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Click ‘Change system locale…’

At ‘Change Regional Option’ window, click ‘Apply’.

Choose ‘Current system locale’, click ‘OK’ button.

 

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Click ‘Cancel’ when prompted to restart the computer.

 

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Click ‘Copy Settings’ button on ‘Administrative’ tab.

Select both ‘Copy your current settings to:’ check boxes at the

bottom, then click ‘OK’.

 

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Click ‘Restart now’ when prompted.

 

 

 

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