Installing AppLocale in Retail Version of Windows 7 64bit

Although I am not using it very often, but I did this installation for a follow up purpose of my previous article in AppLocale installation in Windows 7.

Unexpectedly, the whole process went very smooth, without necessity of any extra step I’ve mentioned previously, just like a normal installation.

So, I guess if you are using a retail version of Windows 7 instead of RC, or release candidate, it should be as easy as 1,2, 3.

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15 Responses to Installing AppLocale in Retail Version of Windows 7 64bit

  1. NI says:

    thanks. I am looking for this!!

  2. Jonathan says:

    It works just fine for my win7 home premium. Just like a normal installation. Thanks for all the advice and keep it update again for further reference.

  3. Mr.Wen says:

    Thanks for giving me an update.

  4. Henruque says:

    I need poiema applications that have programs in Japanese and it would be useful for them Rodac perfectly.

  5. jacky chow says:

    tq…..i need it ….

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  7. tony says:

    ya i want this

  8. keegan says:


  9. kimkim says:

    i am looking for suggestion. i installed windows applocale in my newly bought pc (pre-installed with windows 7 home premium). the installation is not smooth and i have to use command prompt.
    my problem now is that when i use applocale to open ppstream (a chinese program use for watching streaming tv), it didn’t work. can you please check for me how to solve it? thank you very much in advance.

  10. Mr.Wen says:

    Hi, I’d like to propose you to check whether you’ve done so.

    * Did you run your PPS program THROUGH applocale?

    If you’ve done the right thing, but PPS still does not work, why don’t you try following post?
    Although that is a slightly different approach, but lots of people told me it works.

  11. Alek Cheong says:

    no commen

  12. Alek Cheong says:

    The program is good for the chinese wording

  13. Alek Cheong says:

    yes, Thank you

  14. henry says:


  15. wen says:

    I need this thank you

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