How do you change language settings for non-unicode programs in Win10?

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    How do you change language settings for non-unicode programs in Win10?

    Installed a chinese application earlier called Kuwo Music Player. I have been using this particular application for quite some time and today is the first occasion where I decided to give it a go on Windows 10 too. Then came the problem, I realised that the settings to change the system locale ( this is necessary otherwise the chinese characters cannot be displayed) is no longer where it was in Windows 7/8. I too couldn't find any helpful results on the Internet. So hopefully someone knows where I can find and change that setting, or any other working solution would do. Thanks in advance.
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    Setting the System Locale for non-Unicode programs is in Windows 10 in exactly the same place as it was in Windows 7 & 8:

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    It's easy when you know that you need to press Win+X to open the old-style Control Panel. It's NOT obvious when you start with W10.
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    You can also type "Control Panel" into Cortana and go straight there. Ditto for "Region" to go straight to that Control Panel element.
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