Windows Essentials programs all share a single language setting, so if you switch the language for one of them, you switch it for all of them. There are 48 language or regional settings available. In most cases, you'll need to download and install any new language before you can start using it.
Close all Windows Essentials programs.
Under What language do you want to use? note the current language setting. Click the drop-down arrow, and then click the language that you want to start using.
If the language you select isn't installed yet, make sure you're connected to the Internet so that you can download and install the new language, and then click OK.
You may be asked if you want to allow the program to be downloaded. Click Yes.
The Windows Essentials installer will install the new language. This may take a few minutes. When it's done, click Close.
Open any Windows Essentials program to see the new language displayed.
Need more help?
Ask your question in the forums
Have ideas for Windows Essentials?
Give us feedback