While over 14 million users have already been upgraded their machines to Windows 10, Microsoft recently announced that the latest operating system will now be available in 111 languages including the two new languages versions added to Windows 10, Spanish Mexican and French Canadian.
In a blog post, Pelle Petersen from Microsoft said,
“We are in the process of uploading the final Windows 10 terminology and translations to the Terminology Search section of the Microsoft Language Portal. This will allow you to find the right translations of the new Windows 10 features in these 111 languages including terms and strings for the two new language versions that were added to Windows 10: French Canadian and Spanish – Mexican.
How to change your language in Windows 10
Go to Region & Language from the Time & Language settings of your system.
Click on ‘Add language’ and select the one according to your region.
Please note that you may need to download the language pack depending on the languages and available support.
However, Microsoft has been working on the small bugs and issues but if you’ve been trying to upgrade your Windows 7 / 8.1 PC to Windows 10 and things are getting a little tricky, do check the Windows 10 Known Issues and Solutions.