Set-WinSystemLocale [-SystemLocale] <CultureInfo> [<CommonParameters>]
The Set-WinSystemLocale cmdlet sets the system locale for the current computer. The System-locale setting determines which code pages, which include ANSI, DOS, and Macintosh, the computer uses by default. If you change the System-locale setting, the necessary bitmap font files are installed to support legacy applications in the selected language.
This is a system setting. It can only be changed by a user who has Administrator permissions. Changes take effect after the computer is restarted.
Example 1: Set the system locale
PS C:\> Set-WinSystemLocale -SystemLocale ja-JP
This command sets the system locale to Japanese (Japan).
Specifies a system locale.
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An object that contains a BCP-47 tag to specify the system locale for the current computer. For more information about the CultureInfo object, see CultureInfo Class.