Windows 7 Walkthrough: Clock, Language, and Region Control Panel
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Hello guys, I have the problem depicted in the subject, OS: Windows 2008 R2 Standard. I need to change the displaying language from Deutsch to English, but the "keyboards and languages" tab doesn't apear in the "Region and Language" pane. Help me please, this turns urgent for me. Thanks in advance
Looks like Win 7 has you doing 3 or 4 screens to do what XP does in 1 screen, like Vista. Tell me again -- this is going to replace XP ???????
Hello, You can change the broad categories to a listing with icons. It is not exactly like XP, but it works well. By the time XP hits end of life or no more support; there will likely be an OS newer than 7. You should try win 7, it works very well.
Win7 sorry no way. We use Vista and XP reasons.... All settings are set to "CLASSIC" to enable ease of support and our users respect this. Microsoft has removed this option in WIN7 so we will NOT be going there (WIN7). Like Office we use Office PRO 2003, againg the reason the hated RIBBON interface.
Your reasoning is sound, there is no need to switch OS and different ways of doing things. I can see some will and some won't as far as corporations switching OS. It is a nightmare for support when not handled(training) well for the end users. In the long run; the more time employee's have a chance to use the OS at home, will mean less troubles switching OS when it is required. OTOH; I've seen companies embrace the future OS (Vista, Win 7) and train employee's to use the newer versions of OS. It all depends on how the company has chosen to deal with future policy. There are plenty of corporations doing things both ways.