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I have a German edition of Windows Vista Home. I would like to add English Language Speech Recognition support. Is this possible?

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Vistalizator allows you to change display language in Windows editions other than (officially supported) Ultimate, like Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium and Business/Professional.

Vistalizator overrides the limit of one MUI language on non-Ultimate Windows editions. See details about using multiple languages in Windows.

Features:

Works in 32-bit and 64-bit Windows Vista/Windows 7

Change Windows display language in less than 5 minutes! (Express installation mode)

Uses official Microsoft Windows language packs

You can install all 36 MUI languages and switch between them easily

You can install 55 Vista LIP languages on top of specific MUI languages

Compatible with Vista Service Pack 1 and Vista Service Pack 2

User Account Control (UAC) compliant - prompts for administrative privileges

Windows Speech Recognition works with all supported languages:

Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese and Spanish

Languages can be installed either in Internal or in Express mode, see details

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Are there any legal issues in using Vistalizer? –  SunnyShah Nov 19 '09 at 13:28
    
Thanks, I am also interested in knowing whether there a legal issues in supplying Vistalizator with my commercial application that uses SAPI? –  user18618 Nov 19 '09 at 13:36

I'm not positive on this, but the answer is quite likely no. You will have to get an Ultimate version to install the English Language Pack.

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