Microsoft allows you to install Windows 10 or reinstall Windows 10 with the help of an ISO file. Whenever you download an ISO file or create an installation media, options allow you to select the language. Microsoft offers more than 100 languages that you can choose provided you have a valid license. For some users, selecting a language is a simple step, while for users residing in English speaking countries, this step can be quite confusing. The reason is that the configuration of the installation would provide you with two options Windows 10 English and International English. Choosing the right language between the two options can be confusing for many.
In general, there are many more similarities than differences between the two versions. If you can not choose between the options, you are in the right place. In this article, we explain the difference between Windows 10 English and International English and help you understand the one that best suits your region.
Windows 10 English against English International
Windows 10 English and English Internation have the same features and functionality. However, there are some minor differences in default settings and spelling. If you live in the United Kingdom, the United States or any other English-speaking country and find it difficult to choose between the English and International English languages, read on to have a clear difference between the two.
Windows 10 includes the same features, regardless of the language version used. The main difference between Windows 10 English and English International is the spelling. The version has few spelling differences, the English version giving up the use of the letter u in some words to match the spelling to the pronunciation. For example, Windows 10 English International spells the word "colo".Ur "whereas the English version spells the word" colOSimilarly, the word "personali"Zin the English version is spelled as follows:Sin Windows 10 English International. Typically, Windows 10 International targets people who know the English version and the English version are intended for Windows users residing in the United States.
In addition to the spelling differences, the default settings for both versions are not very different. Both variants target users in different regions and therefore display different time zones, currencies, and metrics. The English version of Windows 10 has the default time zone, Pacific Time, in the United States. The clock displays the time in 12-hour format. Meanwhile, the international Windows 10 English version has a default time zone set for its country and the clock displays the time in 24-hour format. In addition, both versions display the currency and statistics specific to users residing in the United Kingdom, the United States and other international English-speaking countries.
Windows 10 English and English Internation incorporate the same features. However, there are some minor differences in default settings and spelling. Depending on the country in which you live, you can easily switch to the languages and choose the appropriate option that you want to have on your computer during initial setup.
I hope this clarifies the subject.