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Vistalizator – To change display language (MUI or LIP) in Vista

Vistalizator is a free application that allows to change display language (MUI or LIP) in Vista Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium and Business editions (32 bit and 64bit), that is very easily. This is mostly useful, if for example, you buy a Vista laptop from abroad and want to change its display language to your mother language.

Vistalizator is small, just 642Kb in size and no need to install it, just run it. The program runs both Windows 32bit and 64 bit systems. Using this program is also very easy, download Vistalizator and Microsoft language packs, run the app and selects a language pack(s) to install.

Features of this new version
  • Supports 36 MUI languages: most of them provide full translation of user interface
  • Supports 40 LIP languages: they can be installed upon installing their parent MUI language
  • Multiple languages can be installed at a time
  • Built-in conversion is used for MUI language packs in EXE format
  • Built-in file integrity validation is used when loading language packs (using MD5 checksum)

If you are using Vista ultimate edition, then this software has no use. More details and download of Vistalizator and Microsoft language packs.


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