Is Vistalizator safe to use to change language?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by windows123, Jul 30, 2016.

  1. windows123

    windows123 MDL Novice

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    Im on Windows 7 Pro and I need to change my language to another language so I can practice the language im learning. Is Vistalizator safe to use? I have heard it is the easiest way to go about this.
     
  2. Michaela Joy

    Michaela Joy MDL Crazy Lady

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    @windows123: I've never used it before, but it looks interesting. Just make sure that you do a backup of your system before using it.

    Also, please let us know how it works out for you. :)
     
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  4. ThomasMann

    ThomasMann MDL Addicted

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    Several years ago I was in Japan and had to buy a computer. As no one in Japan speaks english, only japanese OS is available, and only home no Ulti....
    I got Vistalisor, installed it, and it worked fine except.....

    You will see a pop up in the bottom right corner, telling you that your Win 7 is not legal, because made a not permitted change!

    If you can change over to Ulti, then do it.
     
  5. Nnyan

    Nnyan MDL Novice

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    For some strange reason one of my windows 7 keys came up as being French when I installed it just yesterday (was installing in a VM in ESXi 6). I used Vistalizator and while it was slow (over 30mins for complete process and I needed to install some updates before it worked) it did finally work. The only issue I ran into was that my windows 10 update would fail at various times in the process. Tried a number of things but nothing would give it the final push to complete. So I used the mediacreationtool and created an ISO, mounted it to the VM CDROM and installed windows 10 upgrade that way. Again this was slower than normal (this was the final of 4 windows VM's that I spun up late last night) but it did eventually update and activate just fine.