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Why does a Win32 application show Korean Characters correctly on one Windows 10 computer but not another with the same version and language packs?

Our company supports a Win32 App. One of our customers uses both English and Korean (Hangul) characters. One of the two computers displays Korean characters correctly in a particular set of fields, ...
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File transfer is slow in South Korea

I recently moved to South Korea and I noticed file transfer between an external hard drive and my laptop has slowed down tremendously. My backup/restore session usually takes less than 1 hour and now ...
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Force the Windows input method in the language bar to stay at Microsoft IME with Korean language installed

I'm sorry if the title doesn't describe my problem properly, but this is what I want to do: My computer has Windows 7 Ultimate English version, with Korean language installed I want my input ...
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Stop Word 2007 from automatically converting sequence of English letters to Korean

I am using Word 2007 on a computer with Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 Korean version, but the Windows interface has been changed to English (User interface is completely in English, including all menu ...
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Windows 7 system font for hangul

tl;dr What font do I need for being able to read hangul on Windows 7 Professional? Back in the good old days, I've removed everything Asian from my Windows 7 install using NTLite since it's good for ...
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Korean Filenames are shown like ''$'\355\225\234\352\270\200''.'txt' in iTerm2 on OSX HighSierra

From 2 days ago, when I enter ls in iTerm2(also default terminal app), directories I created are shown like '0. PCR', and Korean filenames are shown as ''$'\355\225\234\352\270\200''.txt'. In ...
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Korean in Notepad++

Notepad++ (v6.3) is my go-to text editor, a great program. Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Japanese, Polish, etc all display fine...but not Korean characters which are displayed as little boxes. ...
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Is there such a thing as 'Korean Microsoft Windows 10' or is it just regular Windows preconfigured to Korean language, fonts etc?

I have a Korean client how has a display issue using our software, and I'm having no success reproducing his issue on my PC, even after changing multiple settings to make my PC as Korean as possible. ...
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Toggling between Hangul and Latin alphabets in Korean IME (Win 8)

Picking up from this thread as none of the solutions listed there seem to be coming through for me. Any help greatly appreciated! Working in Windows 8 64-bit with three 'language/layout pairs' ...
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Korean support for Adobe Flash

I have to go to Korean websites a good amount; however, there are some times when Korean is not being displayed well at all. It took me a while to figure out why certain Korean test was displayed well,...
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Korean characters not appearing in Korean Windows XP computer

I am using a Korean software (with a partial English interface) in a Korean Version of Windows XP SP 3 However, in parts of the software, even when I change the interface to Korean, Korean letters ...
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Monospace font which supports at least both of Korean hangul and the Georgian alphabet?

Being both a language enthusiast and a programmer, I find myself often doing programming or text processing involving foreign language alphabets and scripts. One annoyance however is that CJK fonts (...
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How do I install a language pack in Windows 7 Home Premium? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to change Windows default language to another language, but temporarily? Specifically, I want Korean (link), but I hope this helps other people in general. According to ...
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Hotkey to switch between Hangul and Latin input input modes with Windows 7 Korean IME?

I'm using Windows 7 Starter and whenever I travel to Korea I like to try to practice typing Korean. I have the Windows Input Method Editor (IME) installed and I know I can toggle the input mode ...
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How do you get rid of this popup in Microsoft IME (Korean)?

I don't know what this popup is called: I had never seen it in Windows XP. I enabled Microsoft IME (Korean) in Windows 7, and now as I type each syllable appears only in this box (instead of the ...
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Korean MUI Language Pack installed in Windows 7 Ultimate, but Korean language still not supported?

When that large batch of updates came by and asked me if I wanted to install all of the auxiliary languages, I selected yes to all of them, waited a few hours, and installed every language available ...
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How to display Chinese/Korean/Japanese characters in Skype?

All the characters become squares in Skype.
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What Korean IME can I use on WindowsXP for my specific needs?

I'm currently using Korean Input System (IME 2002), my problem is that it gives me Hangul Compatibility Jamo (U+3130 – U+318F) instead of regular Hangul Jamo(U+1100 – U+11FF). They look the same to ...
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Korean text display issue

I am having some problems with Korean text display in Windows Explorer. This is how the file looks when listed in Windows Explorer under different views: Thumbnails view Tiles view Icons view List ...