In Windows 10, it is possible to copy your customized region and language settings from your personal user account to new user accounts and welcome screen. Here is how it can be done.
You can change the region and language settings per account. The operating system also supports changing the display language. For example, if you have a PC with an English version of Windows 10, but your native language is not English, you can convert the operating system into your native language without reinstalling. By installing one or several language packs, you can switch your Windows display language on-the-fly. It is also possible to configure your locale settings using the Language options page in Settings and in the classic Control Panel.
Once you have finished configuring your region and language options, you might want to make them default for new user accounts and also apply them to your welcome screen in order to have its messages in your native language. Here is how.
To copy region and language settings in Windows 10, do the following.
- Open Settings.
- Go to Time & Language.
- On the left, click on the Region & Language.
- Click on the link Additional date, time & regional settings.
The following window will appear:
- Click the Region icon:
- The following window will appear:
Switch to the Administrative tab.
- Under Welcome screen and new user accounts, click on the Copy settings button.
- The following window will be opened.There, tick the required options.
Welcome screen and system accounts - this will apply your locale options to all system accounts and the Welcome screen.
New user accounts - all new user accounts will have region and language options as you.
- Restart Windows 10 when prompted.
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