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How I can support the Arabic language

Q: How I can support the Arabic language

My computer doesn’t support the Arabic language he on the soft ware although I have the Arabic feature on my computer

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My gut reaction was 'lol' at that screen shot; I've never actually seen the Arabic language pack in use. This was from a malware infection?? But let's address your problem, shall we?

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Originally Posted by agnryfaice

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