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The easiest way to get language packs for Windows 8.1 and Windows RT is to download and install them using the Language Control Panel. Download and install additional languages to view menus, dialog boxes, and other user interface items in your preferred language.
Language interface packs (LIPs) Except where noted, the following LIPs are available for Windows 10. For Windows Server, options to change keyboard and regional settings such as currency, time zones, and time/date format are available but LIPs are not available.
If a language is listed under Preferred languages but doesn't appear on the Windows display language list, you'll first need to install its language pack (if it's available). Select the Start button, then select Settings > Time & Language > Language. Choose a language from the Add a language list under Preferred languages, and then select Options.
Q# (Q-sharp) is a domain-specific programming language used for expressing quantum algorithms. It is to be used for writing subroutine that execute on an adjunct quantum processor, under the control of a classical host program and computer. Until quantum processors are widely available, Q# subroutines execute on a simulator.
If a language is listed under Preferred languages but doesn't appear on the Windows display language list, you'll first need to install its language pack (assuming it's available in your edition of Windows 10).