請教一下,韓版xp介面的問題?

請問一下,小第最近安裝了

Windows XP Pro 英文專業版 +MultiLanguage 多國語言包(安裝韓文的語言)\

安裝完後,進入桌面所有的介面都是英文介面,和韓文輸入法,,只有一進入xp時是韓文字,以經爬過文,只找到一則內容相關的介紹,小第想把xp介面顯視韓文字的介面,不知道如何設定,都以經灌韓文語言包,但還是英文介面,多個韓文輸入法。

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來就是在中文裏要加裝日文輸入的方法了!不曉的你是現在否用的是中文的WINDOWS XP,首先先到控制台>語言及地區選項>語言>詳細資料>新增>日文 ! 大功告成,恭喜妳妳的電腦現在可打日文了!按一下CRTL+SHIFT你會發現多了日文輸入列,日後若你有學其他語言(剛剛新增語言的選項中有的語言),輸入法都是這樣增加的

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請網友大大教一下謝謝!

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    Here you go:

    1. To change the operating system user interface setting

    If not already installed, install the operating system MUI that matches your localized version of Windows XP.

    In Control Panel, open Regional and Language Options.

    On the Languages tab, for Language used in menus and dialogs, select a value from the list.

    This setting will affect the user interface language of Windows XP, so it must match your localized version of Windows XP.

    Click Apply to confirm the change, and OK to close the window.

    2. To change the operating system user locale setting

    If not already installed, install the operating system MUI that matches your localized version of Windows XP.

    In Control Panel, open Regional and Language Options.

    On the Regional Options tab, for Select an item to match its preferences, select a value from the list.

    This setting will affect culture-specific data formatting.

    Click Apply to confirm the change, and OK to close the window.

    3. To change the system locale setting

    If not already installed, install the operating system MUI that matches your localized version of Windows XP.

    In Control Panel, open Regional and Language Options.

    On the Advanced tab, for Select a language to match the language version of the non-Unicode programs you want to use, select a value from the list.

    4. To Change the UI in Windows XP

    In Internet Explorer, click Tools, and then click Internet Options.

    Click the General tab, click Languages, and then click Change.

    Source(s): Myself and Microsoft
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