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    What are the Languages available in Windows 8 Preview Version?

    I have been using Windows 7 Ultimate version in Acer Laptop. Now, I planned to install Windows 8 Consumer Preview version in my Laptop. I would like to know what are the languages available in this Version of Windows? Can anybody who installed, please let me know the list of available languages in Windows 8 Consumer Preview Version?



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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: What are the Languages available in Windows 8 Preview Version?

    Hi,

    Windows 8 Preview version announced that it`s downloadable software will be available in 14 languages for use.

    Those are as mentioned below:

    Arabic, English, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish, Swedish
    , and Turkish.

    Thank you.

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    Sandy Array
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    Re: What are the Languages available in Windows 8 Preview Version?

    Hi there,
    Although Windows 8 is still in the BETA version. Its still available in various languages(mentioned below).
    English
    Arabic
    Chinese(Simplified)
    Chinese(Traditional)French
    German
    Japanese
    Korean
    Portuguese(Brazil)
    Russian
    Spanish
    Swedish
    Turkish

    Regards.

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    gauravgpt Array
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    Re: What are the Languages available in Windows 8 Preview Version?

    To download and install a Windows Release Preview language pack, follow these steps:
    • Click the Start page, type language, and make sure that the search scope is set to Settings.
    • In the Results panel, click the Language.
    • In the Change your language preferences pane, click the Add a language.
    • Browse or search for the language that you want to install. For example, select Catalan, and then click or tap Add. Catalanis now added as one of your languages.
    • In the Change your language preferences pane, click or tap Options next to the language that you added.
    • If a language pack is available for your language, click or tap Download and install language pack.
    • When the language pack is installed, the language is displayed as available to use for the Windows display language.
    • To make this language your display language, move it to the top of your language list.

    Log off and then log back on to Windows for the change to take effect.

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