Windows 10 is capable of delivering services for the greater good of its users. You name a problem that you can’t solve in this operating system. It’s obvious that if you are using a machine, you are going to face some difficulty while using it. Like adding or removing Windows 10 Langauge Packs.
You can set a keyboard layout or language by implying simple steps in Windows 10. As for installing or uninstalling Windows 10 Language Packs, you may have to follow a different path. So here, I’ve drafted a guide about How To Add or Remove Windows 10 Language Packs. It’s an easy task which you can understand via the below-provided steps.
How To Add or Remove Windows 10 Language Packs
We are going to discuss the matter of adding and removing Windows 10 Language Packs individually. For your knowledge, I’ll also tell you a method to remove Windows 10 Language Packs forcibly. Allow me to take you to the guide right now:
1) Add Windows 10 Language Packs
- From the Start menu, open Windows 10 Settings.
- Click on “Time & Language”
- Under Language, click on “Add a preferred language”
- Select a language from the list and hit the “Next” button.
- If you want the selected language to become Windows 10 default language, then check “Set as display language” and click on the “Install” button.
- Now if you did select the “Set as display language” then you need to restart your PC. Else, you don’t need a reboot.
2) Remove Windows 10 Language Packs
- Type Language in Cortana search bar and open the “Language Settings”
- Click once on the installed Language Pack to see its options.
- Afterward, click on the “Remove button”. But after uninstalling the selected language pack, don’t forget to select another language pack.
i) Removing Windows 10 Language Packs Forcibly
If you are unable to remove Windows 10 Language packs from the settings, then you need to imply the following tricks.
- Press Windows + X button from your keyboard and select “Windows PowerShell (Admin)”
- Execute the following command in PowerShell Window
- Remember the “LanguageTag” from the provided details.
- Now execute the following commands one-by-one:
$LangList = Get-WinUserLanguageList $MarkedLang = $LangList | where LanguageTag -eq “<languageTag code>” $LangList.Remove($MarkedLang) Set-WinUserLanguageList $LangList -Force
- Do not forget to set your desired LanguageTag code inside “<>”. In my case, it’s en-US. So it’ll be written as “<en-US>”
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