Bought a computer and it won't speak your language?

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  1. ArenqueRojo

    ArenqueRojo Read Only Funster

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    If you have bought a laptop or netbook whilst in a country where the local language is not your own only to discover that Windows want you to buy another version of the operating system before it will let you change to something intelligible, there is a solution which costs nothing.
    Go to www.vistalizator.com. It works.:BigGrin:
    If you want to know more about how I came to find it, have a look at my blog at http://tinyurl.com/y8pz3tf - you may find it amusing.
    Patrick
     
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    Doesn't work with Geordie :BigGrin:
     
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    Great bit of information Patrick :thumb:

    I have a Spanish PC which came with Vista in Spanish (of course) and had to put a copy of my XP on it to make it useable.

    Basic Spanish is OK but computer technical stuff is a challenge :Doh:

    If I ever want to go back to Vista I can now - thanks.
     
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    When did you last see a Geordie work? :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:

    Sorry Dick, couldn't resist that one :Laughing:

    Graham
     
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    Auf Wiedersehen Pet.
     
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