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    Windows XP/7/8/8.1/10, Linux, Android, FreeBSD Unix
       02 Dec 2017 #40

    How do I completely get rid of a installed language as this is what happens in my case under Windows 10 Home x64 with Fall Creators Update:

    1) This is what it looks like now:
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    2) I click on options for the Traditional Chinese (Hong Kong SAR) which shows:
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    3) As there is nothing to remove, I click on Cancel which brings me back to:
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    4) I click on Traditional Chinese (Hong Kong SAR) so it is highlighted and then Remove:
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    5) You would think it was removed but when I refresh the page:
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    which is also confirmed with:
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    I noticed that with Start Menu/Settings/Apps/Manage Optional Features, it does show:
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    All of the Chinese (Hong Kong SAR) * entries have only a Manage button which when clicked opens:
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    Chinese (Traditional) Supplemental Fonts has a uninstall button and when I click on it, it does uninstall and this is what the page shows afterwards even after closing and opening it again:
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    From another website, it says one can run lpksetup /u from a admin command prompt which shows this:
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    I am actually trying to get this done as I am trying to troubleshoot Cortana's search box responding slowly which cam either accept the input or it will take forever before what I type shows up whenever I have NJStar Communicator from NJStar Communicator Version 3.30 | NJStar Software running but without NJStar running, Cortana's search will work fast. NJStar Support is unable to reproduce the problem so not sure if it might be the built-in language support in Windows 10 that might be causing the problem or not. I have already completely resetted Cortana using the instructions here:
    SOLVED: Video: How To Hard Reset or Remove Cortana In Windows 10 - Up & Running Technologies Calgary

    Thanks for any help in advance!
    Last edited by Almighty1; 03 Dec 2017 at 16:11.
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