1.    29 Jul 2015 #1
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    Hi,

    Nice forums here. I would like to seek help from you guys. I have a PC which was bought from a store in Norway. It was repaired due to a burnt hard drive. It came back with a newly installed Windows 7 Home Premium - system builder version. My concern now is that the language is in Swedish. Before it was repaired it had an English language. I tried contacting their customer service and I just received some youtube links how to literally hack the language settings.

    I am now waiting for the Windlws 10 upgrade and may I ask you guys for those who already have the Win10, if it is possible to set it to English language even if I have a Swedish win7?

    Thanks!
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  2.    29 Jul 2015 #2

    Quote Originally Posted by razeac View Post
    Hi,

    Nice forums here. I would like to seek help from you guys. I have a PC which was bought from a store in Norway. It was repaired due to a burnt hard drive. It came back with a newly installed Windows 7 Home Premium - system builder version. My concern now is that the language is in Swedish. Before it was repaired it had an English language. I tried contacting their customer service and I just received some youtube links how to literally hack the language settings.

    I am now waiting for the Windlws 10 upgrade and may I ask you guys for those who already have the Win10, if it is possible to set it to English language even if I have a Swedish win7?

    Thanks!
    Hi there

    Unfortunately NOT for HOME edition. With PRO you can install extra languages but your initial update will be the SAME language verion as you had originally.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  3.    29 Jul 2015 #3
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    Ok thanks for the quick reply. I guess I'll have to contact the customer service again.
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  4.    29 Jul 2015 #4
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    Somehow, the system is now in English after I upgraded to windows 10.
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