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We have loaner PCs to give out to our guests. One of the requirements was the Spanish MUI. We have it installed and working, but I am wondering: Is their an easier way to change languages that control panel -> region -> language settings? Perhaps a keyboard shortcut we can set up, or a batch file we can create?

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Maybe try creating a new account just for them? I'm not sure if it'll work in windows. In GNU/Linux systems each user can usually have his own locale and language settings. – AndrejaKo May 4 '11 at 22:40

Don't think there's a keyboard shortcut for it, you'll have to first create a script/program that do the setting change, and then assign it to a keyboard shortcut.

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