Windows 10Installation

How To Install A Downloaded Display Language Pack In Offline Mode In Windows 10

4/8/2015

If you want to know how to install an additional display languages in Windows 10, this article is written for you.

Requirements

  • To install a language pack, you should download it first. It must have the 'cab' file extension. It is strongly recommended to download Windows language packs from the microsoft.com website.
  • Additional display languages may be installed in the Pro and Enterprise editions of Windows 10.
  • Additional display languages may be installed on the English (US) version of Windows 10.
  • To install a display language pack you need to log on to Windows 10 as an administrator.

Installation

1. Press the WINDOWS+R hotkey, type lpksetup and click OK to run the Language pack installation wizard. You can create a shortcut to run it easier in the future.

2. Click Install display languages.

Install display languages

3. Click Browse and select the downloaded language pack. Unfortunately, in Windows 10 you cannot select more than one package through the graphical user interface. To install multiple language packs, use the command-line version of the tool.

Browse

4. Click Next.

5. Read and accept the license terms.

License terms

6. Click Next and wait while Windows installs the selected language pack.

Installing display languages

7. Click Close when the installation is completed.

Installation is completed

Now you need to add the installed language to the system. Perform the operations described below for each language that has been installed in the previous steps.

8. Open Settings > Time and language > Region and language.

Region and language settings

9. Click Add a language.

10. Select the installed language.

Select installed language

11. If the installed language is selected correctly, you can see it in the list of languages marked as installed.

Language pack installed

Now you can set it as the primary display language, change its options or uninstall it.

Create a shortcut

Right-click on the desktop and select New > Shortcut.

New shortcut

Type the executable file location as follows:

%windir%\system32\lpksetup.exe

lpksetup.exe file location

Click Next.

Give the shortcut a name and click Finish.

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