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DR M:
Hello!

I have a problem and need your magic advice.  :)

Suddenly, without any reason, three Chinese dialects appeared in keyboard language list. No sign of them in languages in Settings.

I am searching about it, but didn't find any solution yet...

 

Corrine:
See if this helps.  From Manage the input and display language settings in Windows 10:

Remove extra language packs or keyboard languages
[*]  Select the Start button, then select Settings > Time & Language > Language.
[*]  Under Preferred languages, select the language you want to remove, and then click Remove.
[*]  To remove an individual keyboard, select the language in question (see step 2), select Options, scroll down to the Keyboards section, select the keyboard you want to remove, and click Remove.[/list]

DR M:

--- Quote ---  Under Preferred languages, select the language you want to remove, and then click Remove.
--- End quote ---

The problem is there is no Chinese language here. Only in the taskbar.

I tried to add the dialects and then remove them (as one user suggested somewhere), but I can't even find them in the list with languages.

DR M:
A video in Youtube I never imagined it could help, helped.

This is what I finally did:

I opened Powershell.

Then, used the command get-WinUserLanguageList to see the installed languages.

Then, new-WinUserLanguageList en-GB

and set-WinUserLanguageList en-GB

Finally, I went to Settings and add Greek again.

No Chinese anymore!

BUT: How my keyboard language list changed so suddenly? How this is possible?

Metallica:
Did you make a remote desktop connection to a computer that had these languages in their layout settings?

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