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How To Change The Default Language For Windows 7 Logon Screen

First of all, if you run a Windows 7 version that doesn’t support multi-language you won’t be able to use the Multilingual User Interface (MUI) functionality to change the default language for Windows 7 welcome screen. Unfortunately, MUIs are only available in Windows 7 Ultimate and Enterprise edition.

Basically, you are able to change that only when the Keyboards and Languages tab in Region and Language setting looks like below.

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To change the default language on welcome screen

Go to Administrative tab in Region and Language window, which can be launched from Control Panel, and click on Copy settings button.

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You will see what the current language settings on Current user, Welcome screen, and New user account.

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To make the default language setting on Welcome screen the same as your current user account, simply check the option “Welcome screen and system accounts” at the bottom.

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Click OK to save the setting, and reboot the computer for the change to take effect.

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Posted by on August 18, 2012 in Tips, Windows7

 

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How To Automatically Logon To Windows 7

If security isn’t a big issue for you, configuring Windows 7 to logon to your user account automatically can save you some time when your computer is starting up.

Just follow the tutorial outlined below to make Windows 7 automatically logon to your user account. When these steps are complete, Windows 7 will stop prompting for a user name and password when your computer starts up!

Difficulty: Easy
Time Required: Configuring Windows 7 to auto login to a user account takes less than 5 minutes

Here’s How:

  1. Click on Start and then enter the following command in the search box:
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    Press the ENTER key.

    This command will load the Advanced User Accounts Control Panel applet.

  2. In the Users tab, uncheck the box next to Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer.
  3. Click on the Apply button at the bottom of the User Accounts window.
  4. When the Automatically Log On dialog box appears, enter the user name you wish to automatically login to Windows 7 with. Then enter your account password in the two fields where it’s asked.Click the OK button.
  5. Click OK on the User Accounts window to complete the process.From now on, when your PC starts up, Windows 7 will log on automatically.
 
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Posted by on February 20, 2012 in Tips

 

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