Saturday, 1 February 2020

How to enable different languages per applications in WIN10

If you is annoyed with a single language per the whole system in WIN10 and you'd like to have different languages per application (as it has been in previous Windows versions), possibly you have a way to revert back the previous behavior. It is impossible, if you have Windows 10 Home edition for single language. In this sad situation you have to upgrade to Window 10 Home edition or Windows 10 Professional.

Recipe 1


  1. Launch Settings
  2. Open Time & Language
  3. In the left side click Region & language
  4. In the right side scroll down and click Additional date, time & regional settings

After that the new window called Control Panel\Clock, Language and Region will be launched:

  1. Be sure that Clock, Language, and Region is selected in the left side
  2. In the right side click Change input methods

In the same window you will be forwarded on the screen called Control Panel\Clock, Language and Region\Language:

  1. In the left side click Advanced settings

Again you will be forwarded on the screen called Control Panel\Clock, Language and Region\Language\Advanced settings:

  1. Scroll down until you find Switching input methods
  2. Check in Let me set a different input method for each app window
  3. Click the button Save

Recipe 2


There is shorter way with the same results.

  1. Open Windows Start Menu
  2. Start typing control panel
  3. You will be prompted to launched Control Panel. Do it
  4. Find and click Clock, Language, and Region

After that continue from the step 5 from the previous recipe.

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