Russifiers of some programs sin that after their installation some interface elements get names in the form of incomprehensible hieroglyphs.
Consider this case in the example of Windows XP.
To start, click the Start button - & gt- "Control Panel", and then an item that can be called differently: "Regional and Language Options" or "Date Time Language and Regional Standards."
In a new window, select the Regional Options tab. Next, correct the drop-down menus: in the "Language Standards and Formats", select "Russian", and in "Location" - the country in which you live.
Select the "Languages" tab and click the button"More", which is located in the "Text Input Languages and Services" area. Go to the "Settings" tab and make sure that the Russian layout corresponds to the Russian language in the "Installed services" list. Click OK.
Open the "Advanced" tab and in the "Language of programs that do not support Unicode" section set "Russian". Then click "Apply" and OK.
If the above method does not help, you need to makeSome changes to the registry. Press the hot keys Win + R. The "Run" window will appear - in its input field write regedit and press Enter on the keyboard. The Registry Editor opens. Here it is worth noting that you do not need to make changes to the registry in any way, except for the ones listed below, which can negatively affect the operation of the operating system.
Open the directory in itHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlNlsCodePage. When you reach the CodePage folder, select it with the left mouse button. A list of parameters appears in the right window of the registry, among which you need to find 1250 and 1252 and change their values to c_1251.nls. To do this, click on the parameter with the right mouse button and in the appeared menu select "Edit". A new window opens, enter c_1251.nls in the "Value" field. Do this with both options. When you are finished, close the registry.