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Windows 7: Transfering language bar settings to new machine


28 Feb 2013   #1

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Transfering language bar settings to new machine

I have set up my language bar in a certain way (see attached screenshot).

When working on different Windows 7 machines, I would like to set it up in the same way.

Do I always have to configure the language bar manually, or is there a way to automate it?

For instance, if I all the language bar settings are stored in the registry (which I consider likely), and I know which registry keys are involved, I could export just those keys and import them on each new host.




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28 Feb 2013   #2

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You have two input languages, the other one (Japanese) using IME.

The easiest and fastest way would be to go to language settings on a new computer, enable German and Japanese input languages and also select Japanese IME.

Takes 30 to 40 seconds, involves no registry editing.

Kari
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