Change Windows Live Essentials 2011 language

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Windows Live Essentials 2011 suite now support multiple language user interface (MUI). You can easily switch and change language of Windows Live Essentials 2011 including Windows Live Messenger. You can change language user interface to different language from language selection settings.

Switch Windows Live Essential 2011 language

1. Goto Control Panel. Type Control Panel in search box or goto Start > Control Panel.

2. Click on ‘Clock, Language, and Region’ option in Control Panel.

3. Then click ‘Windows Live Language Setting’ option.

4. In the pop-up dialog window, select desired language from the drop down menu and click OK button.

User interface of Windows Live Essential 2011 suite will change to selected language. This will also change language of Live Messenger 2011 program.

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Comments

  1. Ok, but what happens if this dialog fails. On my machine due to policies I can only install Live Essentials offline. Online installers do not work.

  2. Rob Notting says:

    I changed my language to Dutch and menu Live Messenger 2011 indeed in Dutch however ….. I live in Thailand, use Windows 7 Home Premium and have set country to The Netherlands. When opening Live Messenger and going to Today or Games I get answer in Thai language. My timezone is set for Bangkok. Any idea how to change this?
    Thanks for any advice as NO is also an answer.

  3. this solution for windows 7
    but how to do that in win xp

  4. thanks very nice…like(y)

  5. MERCI !!! Je suis français et j’ai réussi grâce à toi / THANK YOU! I’m French and I succeeded thanks to you

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