Download and Install AppLocale in Windows 7 OS – What is Microsoft AppLocale anyway? AppLocale is a very useful program that allows user to run and view a non-unicode application software in different language locale with proper character. But unfortunately, Microsoft has never updated Microsoft AppLocale since the release of Windows Vista.
What can you do with AppLocale installed? AppLocale can detect language for non-Unicode program, and user can change the language if detection is incorrect.
How does AppLocale work? AppLocale simulates a corresponding system locale for code-page that encoded in the program so that the text is displayed properly (with corresponding font installed).
How to Install AppLocale?
1- Download AppLocale setup installer file (apploc.msi).
2- Open an elevated administrator command prompt by typing CMD on Start Search, then select Run as Administrator.
3- Select [Yes] when asked to allow the program to make chances to the computer.
4- Change directory to the folder where you put the apploc.msi Windows Installer Package (with CD command).
5- Type apploc.msi to start the setup.
6- Follow on screen instruction to install AppLoc.
Now you should have AppLocale installed successfully. You can download AppLocale Setup Installer file using this link:
Download apploc.msi via Microsoft’s Server