language selection panel is a standard set of utilities for Windows Vista and is a convenient tool for the user.Accidental deletion of the panel, or file ctfmon.exe from startup creates some inconvenience, but it is amenable to "cure."
- Preinstalled OS Windows Vista
Use right mouse click on the "taskbar" to launch the dialog menu.
Select "Panel" from the dropdown menu.
Make sure that the box next to "Language bar" is raised.If the flag is raised, but the "Language Bar", however, does not appear, it is suggested that the following sequence of actions.
Enter the "Start" menu and navigate to the "Control Panel".Select "Regional and Language Options".
Click "Change keyboards" on the "Keyboards and Languages".
Select the "Language Bar" in the newly opened window and pick up the check box "is enshrined in the taskbar."
Return to the "Start" menu and right click on the row "Computer" context menu.
the drop-down menu, select "Manage".
Open the "Task Scheduler" and navigate to the "Task Scheduler Library".Log in to the section of Microsoft and select TextServiceFramework block Windows.
Find a job in the right window MsCftMonitor.If it is not active, including setting right click the mouse and clicking "Enable".
again return to the "Start" menu and in the search bar, type services.msc.Then press Enter.
Make sure that the service is "Task Manager" runs automatically.If the automatic mode is switched off, return to the "Start" menu and type in the search bar regedit.Then press Enter.
Repeat the steps listed in the previous paragraph and the right mouse click on regedit.exe call the pop-up menu.
Select "Run as Administrator" (if required - enter your password).
Select block [HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun].
Select "Edit" and go to "Create".
Assign the newly created REG_SZ-parameter name ctfmon.exe in "String Value."
Assign this parameter to C: WindowsSystem32ctfmon.exe (when sharing the OS on drive C :. Otherwise, specify the disk placement OS).
Close the "Registry Editor" and reboot the system.
Amendments to the "Registry Editor" requires care and caution.Incorrectly editing the registry may need to reinstall the operating system.
switch the language of the keyboard can be done using keyboard keys Alt + Shift or Ctrl + Shift.
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