How to Change the Language of Widgets in Windows 11 [Guide]
The widgets feature on Windows 11 brings up various information, including weather, current events, recent photos, and other items. You can launch it by hovering your mouse over the weather button in the lower-right corner.
The widgets you see on your Windows desktop are small cards that display content from your favorite apps installed on the system. The widgets icon is located on the leftmost side of the taskbar. When you click on the icon, you will see a bunch of cards displaying different news pieces, stock market charts, weather information, etc. You can arrange these cards, pin them, and resize them according to your preferences.
The widgets will display in the primary language of your system. For example, if your system is set to English, the content will displays in English. Or if the system is set to Spanish, widgets display in Spanish, and so on.
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The Windows 11 widgets are small programs that show information on your desktop. These can display weather, stocks, or news headlines. You can also use them to show pictures or videos on your desktop.
Windows 11 Widget is an AI-powered customizable feed that shows news, weather, your recent photos, etc. You can access Windows 11 Widgets panel by hovering your mouse cursor on the bottom left side of the Taskbar. By default, Windows 11 Widgets are displayed in the primary language of your system. What if you want to read Widgets in a different language? In this article, we will show you how to change the language of Widgets in Windows 11.
By default, Windows 11 language is set to English, but users claim that the Widgets bar displays a different language. This puts non-English speakers at a disadvantage because they may be unable to use the widgets.
This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops, and tablets running the Windows 10 and Windows 11 operating systems (Home, Professional, Enterprise, Education) from all supported hardware manufactures, like Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Alienware, Razer, MSI, Huawei , Microsoft Surface, and Samsung.