Can Vista Business Edition change display interface to English?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by daddy, Sep 26, 2007.

  1. daddy

    daddy Guest

    I have Vista Business Edition but the OEM for my Notebook is Local in Thai
    Edition.

    How can I change display interface to English?

    I see LIP on Microsoft Website has no language pack in English edition.

    And I see someone says just only Ultimate edition can do this job, is it true?

    Can Vista Business edition change language from Local to English?

    Thanks a lot.
     
    daddy, Sep 26, 2007
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  2. daddy

    Willem Guest

    Hi,

    This is the story:

    There is no LIP available in the English language.

    You currently appear to have a fully localized Thai language pack installed.
    All Windows distributions are released with a preinstalled default language.
    This default language cannot be removed. The default language is used to
    generate computer security identifiers (SIDs) and language-specific
    directories.

    MUI's (Fully localized language packs) are available only to customers using
    retail versions of Windows Vista Ultimate and Volume Licensing versions
    Windows Vista Business using Software Assurance
     
    Willem, Sep 27, 2007
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