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How to Change Your Computer Language, Keyboard Input,and Time Zone

Taking your laptop with you when you visit another country and you may wish to switch the language on your laptop. When you do this, be sure to change both the default language on the laptop as well as the input language on your keyboard and time zone.


In most Pinoy OFW used to padala Laptop to their love ones and family. Most problem is type in a language like Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Arabic, Hindi, or many more, you will need to change your computer's input language. 




Here's how.......

Change Language and Region


Step 1
Click “Start” in the taskbar.

Step 2

Select “Control Panel.” A window will open.

Step 3

Click “Date, Time, Language and Regional Options.”


Step4
Click Change date, time, or number formats



Step 5
Select Format  and Select your Language



Step 6
Click Location , Change and your country.

Step 7
Click the Administrative menu , Select Change System locale, now choose your language 
This will change your PC or Laptops Language and Keyboard input


Step 8
Restart Your PC or Laptop  to make changes to take effect




Please Note it will takes 3 to 8 minutes when your operating system installing new language.



You can now see available Language near your Time and Date after reboot.




Change Time Zone

Step 1
Click “Start” in the taskbar.

Step 2

Select “Control Panel.” A window will open.

Step 3

Click “Date, Time, Language and Regional Options.”

Step4
Click Change the time zone, and then Choose your GMT  in the Philippines we are UTC +08   China or Singapore





On-screen keyboard For many languages, like Arabic, Japanese, and Korean, you will want to use the on-screen keyboard. Here are steps to help you find it:

Step 1. Click "Start" and in the search box, type "ease of access". Then click on "Ease of Access Center" under "Programs"


Step 2. Click "Start On-Screen Keyboard"




Step 3. Now when you select a language from the Language Bar, the corresponding keyboard will show, when applicable. Here's an example of what the Japanese keyboard looks like:




You can also select  more Japanese alphanumeric option..


 
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