Regional language options in Windows XP provide you to work in your own language on your PC. Windows XP professional provides many language packs for regional settings. These languages are not enabled by default. Installing it is not so tough which could be done by installing Window’s Regional Typeset pack. Below is the detailed tutorial covering how to do that:
Installing Windows Regional typeset pack
Requirements: Windows XP Professional disk (any pack).
- Navigate to Start » Control Panel » Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options » Regional and Language Options
- Now, go to Regional and Language Options » Languages
- In Languages Check the option Install files for complex script and right-to-left languages (including Thai)
- Click OK on Install Supplemental Language Support alert box.
- Installation will be started and it will ask to Insert Disk for further process. Insert Windows XP Professional disk.
NOTE [Microsoft Support]: Some languages require files from the I386 folder as well as the Langpack folder. If you are prompted for the location of a file that is not in the Langpack folder, specify the I386 folder and then return to the Langpack folder the next time you are prompted for a file.
- After some time, it will show Change Regional Options confirm box to restart your PC. Click Yes to restart the machine for the new settings to take effect.
Now, you can install any regional language you want on your PC, or follow these guides:
Also know, how to Type in Regional Languages online.