How to change language on all Vista & Windows 7 versions (Vistalizator)

Windows Vista
Published on 27 Jan 2020 / In Operating Systems & Utilities

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What is Vistalizator?


This tool helps you change your language in Vista Home Basic, Premium, Business, Enterprise, but not Ultimate! Ultimate can change it's language without any programs. Windows 7 works too!!! As for now, we'll see for Windows 8.


•Version of Vistalizator: always use the latest version
•Operating system: Windows Vista or Windows 7
•Windows edition: Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, Business/Professional, Enterprise or Ultimate
•Windows architecture: 32-bit or 64-bit
•Service Pack 1 or 2: installed or not
•Original Windows display language
•Language(s) you are trying to install
•The installation mode used for installing a language: Internal or Express
•No need to install this program, just run it



•Supports 36 Vista/Windows 7 MUI languages: most of them provide full translation of user interface
•Supports Vista/Windows 7 LIP languages: they can be installed upon installing their parent MUI language:
32-bit Windows Vista LIP languages
32-bit Windows 7 LIP languages
64-bit Windows 7 LIP languages
•Languages can be installed either in Internal or in Express mode
•Multiple languages can be installed in one go
•Built-in conversion is used for MUI language packs in EXE format
•Built-in file integrity validation is used when loading language packs (using MD5 checksum)
•Changing to new/another MUI language is global for all users and requires system restart
•Changing to another LIP language using the same MUI parent language requires current user to be logged off only
•Different users can have different LIP language provided that the languages can use the same parent MUI language
•Some troubleshooting command line parameters are available


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