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    If you can't remove a particular language pack on Windows 10, these PowerShell commands should do the trick.
    Windows 10 is available in many languages, and you can even install additional packs for each of the languages you speak. This feature gives you the flexibility to use a particular language for display (Settings and File Explorer), while still being able to use keyboard, apps, and websites in a different language.
    However, sometimes, if you use multiple languages, and you need to change your settings, you may find out that the option to remove a secondary pack isn't available. For example, this could happen if you, or the Windows 10 upgrade process accidentally, install a package that shares the same base language as the display language, in which case you may not be able to remove either language. Just like many users reported after installing the April 2018 Update (version 1803).
    If you must remove a language and the option to remove it is grayed out, there's a workaround that you can use to quickly get rid of the unwanted pack using a few PowerShell commands.

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    07-09-2018 07:10 AM

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