How to Change Cortana’s Default Language in Windows 10
Cortna is one of the most popular features of Windows 10, along with Start Menu. What makes it even more popular is its availability in multiple languages. But what if we want to change the language of Cortana in Windows 10 Technical Preview?
Cortana works with the same language as your system (of course, if that language is supported by Cortana). But unfortunately it’s impossible to to fully switch the language of Windows 10 Technical Preview for now. Therefore it’s impossible to change the default language of Cortana without reinstalling your Windows 10 Technical Preview completely. You also should keep in mind that if you want Cortana to change its language, your operating system must be installed in Cortana-supported language, otherwise the personal assistant will use its default, US English language.
If you really want to change the language of your personal assistant, you have to download Windows 10 Technical Preview ISO and install the localized version in English (United Kingdom), Chinese (Simplified), German, French, Italian, or Spanish. Once the installation of localized version of Windows 10 Technical Preview is done, you’ll be able to use Cortana in one of above-mentioned languages.
A lot of users don’t like this method of changing Cortana’s language, because they don’t want to reinstall the complete operating system just to change the language of the personal assistant. But since this is just Technical Preview and final version is still far, we can hope that Microsoft will change this in the future.
Here’s the list of all Cortana-supported languages and regions:
|ISO||Country or region||Windows display language||Spoken language|
|English (United Kingdom)||United Kingdom||English (United Kingdom)||English (United Kingdom)|
|German||Germany||Deutsch (Deutschland)||Deutsch (Deutschland)|
|French||France||Français (France)||Français (France)|
|Italian||Italy||Italiano (Italia)||Italiano (Italia)|
|Spanish||Spain||Español (España)||Español (España)|
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