I use En-US version of Windows 10 and occasionally I install something that uses Russian fonts, Cyrillic and while some fonts/letters show up normally, others are just messed-up-garbage-unreadable. Why is it some fonts/letters are OK, while others are messed up? I can view websites in Russian just fine, type, etc., but when it comes to some software installers, this issue tends to come up and its annoying. I THINK it can be fixed (or at least could be fixed back on Windows XP...) by changing Windows 10 location/localization settings or just by using Russian copy of Win10, BUT that is not what I want. I want my En-US version of Win10, want my location to be USA, want En-US as primary language, but I also want to see normal Russian fonts/letter like they should be. What is also funny is that it seems to affect Russian-fonts/letter specifically because I never had anything like that with German or French... Do I need to install a language pack or something? Is is the only way? I am not sure where to even get a language pack and whether it makes sense to apply it after my OS was already updated and fully rebased.