From: "Stefan Persson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I have the English edition of Windows 2000 Professional, and I'd like to
> some Japanese programs. Some programs, e.g. Internet Explorer and MS Word,
> work properly, while other display square boxes, question marks and/or
> misinterpreted as Windows-1252.
> So: how shall I solve the above problems?
You are using a non-Unicode program, and such a program requires the default
system locale (cf: http://i18nwithvb.com/win2k.htm) to be Japanese.
Word and IE are Unicode programs so this change is not required there.
> And: how shall I do to type Japanese characters? IME for Japanese
> doesn't work: I get a message telling me that it doesn't work with this
> version of Windows.
The IME is built into Windows 2000, you do not need extra downloads for it.
You can simply add it to the list of input locales.
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