How to switch between languages of Visual Studio

If you have 2 different language Visual Studio installed on your machine, you can switch between the languages simply by selecting the language via IDE(Intergrated Development Environment). 1. Go to Tools->Options 2. Select International Settings under Environment 3. Choose Language drop-down list and you will see languages of VS that you installed. 4. Choose whatever…

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Using Korean IME

Korean uses a phonemic alphabet organized into syllabic blocks called Hangul. Each block consists of at least two of the 24 Hangul letters (jamo): at least one each of the 14 consonants and 10 vowels.   Korean also uses Hanja (Chinese characters in the CJK Unified range) occasionally to clarify the meaning of certain words. …

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Community Content feature in online MSDN

Online MSDN has Community Content features available for users. You can click on links that you want to write content from http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/default.aspx User can use this feature in JPN, KOR, CHT, ITA, FRA languages. Sign in to MS using your new or existing passport. Add community content User can view the blocks they created and edited User…

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LIP on Vista

What is the difference between LIP and MUI?  – The main difference is in the level of localization in comparison to MUI packages: LIP packages provide the desktop user with an approximately 80% localized user experience. In addition, LIP doesn’t allow users to switch languages. Once a LIP is installed, all users using that machine will…

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How to install IME?

IME stands for Input Method Editor For Latin character, one keystroke makes one character, but several keystrokes make one character for East Asian langs. IME consists of an engine that converts those keystrokes into phoentic and ideographic characters, plus a dictionary of commonly used ideographic words. To install IME, first go to Control Panel->Regional and…

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Microsoft Layer for Unicode on Windows 95, 98, and ME

Platform Software Development Kit Redistributable: Microsoft Layer for Unicode on Windows 95, 98, and Me Systems, 1.1.3790.0 The Microsoft Layer for Unicode on Windows 95, 98, and Me systems (MSLU) helps to provide a layer over the Win32 API on Win9x so that you can write a single Unicode version of your application. This latest…

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How to install MUI on Windows XP

What is MUI?  MUI stands for Multilingual User Interface. MUI is a technology for providing localized UI to International Users. MUI is not the same as localized versions. MUI is not a retail product. MUI is not the ability to display / input other languages in applications like Word, Internet Explorer, etc. When launching MUISetup.exe,…

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How to set different language locale on WindowsXP?

Once you have MUI(Multi user interface) setup on your Windows, you can set different language locales on your Windows. System Locale –  •       Used for setting ANSI code page, conversions •       Open Regional and Language Options •       Click on Advanced tab and choose appropriate language User Locale •          Used for culture-sensitive data formatting •          On Regional…

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Change Team foundation language from ENU to another language

You can migrate your ENU projects and settings to another language Team Foundation projects. Please click on below for detailed instruction. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=E32ACEC4-CD66-4E60-B057-99662498DBDA

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