It is quite common to see people switch between display languages after installing the latest Windows system on their computers, but sometimes Windows 10 may refuse to download or install the language pack(s) due to an unknown reason. Let’s hope that the problem on your Windows 10 will be fixed after reading this tutorial.
How Does The Problem Look Like?
Add a language pack on Windows 10
Go to Settings > Time & Language > Region & language, select a region, then click Add a language, choose the language pack you need. Click the language pack you just added, and open Options, then click the Download button under Download language pack. Go back to the previous screen when the download is complete, and then set the language pack as default.
When the problem occurs
The download process aborts accidentally without any error code, or say “Download failed” or “Failed to install.”
How to Fix Windows 10 Won’t Download Language Pack
Step 1. Go to C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download.
Step 2. Delete all files and sub-folders within the Download folder.
Step 3. Go back to the language pack page and try downloading again, and then set it as default.
Attention: Before you try this trick on your computer, please make sure that your Windows 10 is not a single language version, which doesn’t allow extra language pack.
If nothing seems to be working, the ultimate solution is to do a System Restore or a Clean Install. Here are our simple tutorials to do a system restore or a clean installation of Windows 10. Is your Computer booting fast? If not, check our tutorial on Optimizing Windows startup to make your PC boot fast.
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Now you should know how to fix the problem when your Windows 10 doesn’t download language packs. If you have more exciting findings related to this problem, welcome to share with us in the comment box below.