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behdadsoft    0

I add two language for my Windows. (English & French)

But when all is installed Windows default language is not English but French.

And I want the default language is English , what do you do? :unsure:

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submix8c    89

Rule #12

12. Very often we see meaningless subjects in topic title. They give no clue of what the posts are all about. For example:

* Oh no!

* Help

* I'm mad

* Please help

* Question

* I need your help

* Hmmmm....

This should be avoided. Users should enter something more specific in the topic title so that it is easier for others to help.

A few good examples:

* Strange problem with DirectX9b redist

* RunOnceEx install problem (double installation)

* Change Internet Explorer's Icon back to default

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cluberti    5

What edition of Windows is this, and what was the default language of the original media you installed from?

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behdadsoft    0

I have Windows 7 Ultimate. After installing Windows first language is French, not English.Why should Alt and shift keys to change the language Windows.

I know in windows how this problem can be solved, but I want this problem to be solved before installing Windows.

for add language I used RT7Lite.Or in other words my Default input Language is French.

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