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How to Change Default Language in Outlook.com

If you use Outlook.com as your primary email address, you should know that you can change the default language from English to your language (if its supported). The good thing about Microsoft’s services, including Outlook.com is that it does a good job of supporting multiple languages.

Log in to your Outlook.com account, click on Settings (wheel icon) and go to More Mail Settings.

Under Customizing Outlook section, click on Language.

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It will show you all of the supported languages. Just scroll down and see if it supports your native language. If it does, simply check it and click Save.

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It will change Outlook layout and will translate it in your desired language.

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2 Responses to How to Change Default Language in Outlook.com

  1. Kathy August 21, 2013 at 1:44 pm #

    Omg Thank you so much I needed something like this since someone hacked into my account and changed the language. I was able to use your website to navigate through the bs and get to the language!!!!! Lifesaver!

  2. Victor Robledo November 17, 2015 at 1:13 am #

    The old Outlook would recognize the language and would correct the spelling. Why on earth do you have to change it? With Windows 10 everything seems to become a complication. Even shutting down the computer is an issue. For heaven sake, why not use normal people to guide you. This program is designed by Geeks for Geeks. I am telling all my friends not to change to Windows 10. Did you not see this coming?

    Suggestion: When making advances go easy and do one at the time.

    Frustrated consumer,

    Victor Robledo

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