Beginners to learn Japanese and Japanese culture lovers often face the problem of displaying Japanese texts on websites - unreadable characters appear instead of hieroglyphics.
This means that the computer does not have support for hieroglyphic writing and there are no necessary fonts.
Installation of Japanese Language Is made with the help of operating facilitiesSystem. If you have Windows XP installed, use the installation disc. Open the Windows Control Panel: click "Start", select "Settings", "Control Panel". Select the Language and Regional Standards component. Open the "Languages" tab and check the box next to "Install support with letter characters."
After the boot disk prompt appearsInsert the disc into the drive. The procedure for installing the hieroglyphic script begins. When the installation is complete, click "Details" in the "Regional and Regional Options" window. A window with installed services for languages will open. Click "Add" and select the input language: Japanese and Japanese keyboard layout. The Japanese language is installed.
If you do not have a system boot disk orThere is no necessary folder for installing the Japanese letter (its name is i386lang), use the official Microsoft website, downloading the necessary package from there. By clicking "Install support with letter characters", specify the location of the desired folder on the hard disk. Since the versions of the systems may differ from each other, the system may not recognize the necessary files and will require you to insert the boot disk again. In this case, find the file i386lang in the folder called cplexe.ex_ and the file xjis.nl_, located in the i386 folder. The files will automatically load.
To set up support for writing in hieroglyphics inSystem Windows 7 just go to the "Control Panel" - "Regional and Language Standards" and go to the tab "Keyboard layout". Click "Change keyboard", "Add" and tick the box next to "Microsoft IME". Save the changes.
After installing the Japanese Language An additional language appears in the language bar, which can be switched to the traditional way.