First, press Win + W to bring up Setting Search charm and type in
“language”, and choose Language to open Language window.
Click Add a language in Change your language preferences settings.
Find your language from the long list, in this case, it’s Chinese
(Simplified). And double click to add it. Once it’s done, the Language
window looks something like this.
Now click Option to change input settings. For the input I choose,
Pinyin SimpleFast, there are a lot of options for me to check and
change. I especially like the UI customization where I can change the
font to make my input experience much enjoyable.
Now, save the change, go back to Language window. It’s time to set up
the hot keys to make the switching input methods much easier. Go to
Advanced Settings, and click Change language bar hot keys.
Highlight the input method from the list, and click Change Key
Sequence button. I like to use Ctrl+Shift+0 to switch from English to