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International Settings Cmdlets in Windows PowerShell

Published: March 30, 2012

Updated: September 15, 2012

Applies To: Windows 8, Windows Server 2012

In Windows® 8, you can use the International Settings PowerShell cmdlets to control the language that is used for various elements of the user interface (UI).

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Cmdlet Description

Get-WinAcceptLanguageFromLanguageListOptOut

Gets the HTTP Accept Language from Language List opt-out setting for the current user account.

Get-WinCultureFromLanguageListOptOut

Gets the Culture (User Locale) from the language list opt-out setting for the current user account.

Get-WinDefaultInputMethodOverride

Gets the default input method override setting for the current user account.

Get-WinHomeLocation

Gets the Windows GeoID home location setting for the current user account.

Get-WinLanguageBarOption

Gets the language bar mode and language bar type for the current user account.

Get-WinSystemLocale

Gets the System-locale setting (that is, the language for non-Unicode programs) for the current computer

Get-WinUILanguageOverride

Gets the Windows UI language override setting for the current user account.

Get-WinUserLanguageList

Gets the language list for the current user account.

New-WinUserLanguageList

Instantiates a new language list object.

Set-Culture

Sets the user culture for the current user account.

Set-WinAcceptLanguageFromLanguageListOptOut

Sets the HTTP Accept Language from Language List opt-out setting for the current user account.

Set-WinCultureFromLanguageListOptOut

Sets the Culture (User Locale) from language list opt out setting for the current user account.

Get-WinLanguageBarOption

Sets the default input method override for the current user account.

Set-WinHomeLocation

Sets the home location setting for the current user account.

Set-WinLanguageBarOption

Sets the language bar type and mode for the current user account.

Set-WinSystemLocale

Sets the system locale (the language for non-Unicode programs) for the current computer.

Set-WinUILanguageOverride

Sets the Windows UI language override setting for the current user account.

Set-WinUserLanguageList

Sets the language list and associated properties for the current user account.

 

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