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Como cambiar el idioma de Windows 8 del ingles al espanol .

Siempre pasó y siempre va a seguir pasando: muchos compran más barato su hermosa notebook nuevita en el exterior mientras estaban de viaje, pero resulta que tenía un pequñísimo detalle: el Windows vino en inglés.

No importa el idioma que hables o si necesitas trabajar usando otro idioma, tu equipo con Windows 8 puede permitirte leer y escribir en varios idiomas. Si tu idioma no vino preinstalado, se pueden agregar los adicionales muy fácilmente y elegir cuál idioma establecer para todos o algunos de los programas.

Y al igual que en las previas versiones de Windows, también es posible alternar entre los idiomas instalados a medida que lo necesites.

Otra importante mejora de Windows 8 es que todas sus ediciones (Core, Pro y Enterprise) tienen habilitados los paquetes de idiomas, permitiendo una interfaz en múltiples idiomas.

En el tutorial anterior, vimos Cómo instalar Windows 8 desde un pendrive, y ya que es probable que algunos tengan una copia de Windows 8 en inglés, seguramente necesiten convertirla al español.

Así que hoy vamos a ver cómo obtener los Language Packs e Instalarlos.

ATENCION: este tutorial no funciona si tienen Windows 8 u 8.1 SINGLE LANGUAGE, ya que como bien lo indica el nombre, se trata de una versión económica que admite UN-SOLO-IDIOMA. La solución en ese caso es: comprar el pack de idioma deseado, comprar una licencia de Windows 8 u 8.1 Pro para poder agregarle idiomas, o reinstalar la notebook con una versión Pro (y perder la garantía).

Si lo que necesitas son los links de descarga de los paquetes de idioma de Windows 8.1, los encontrarás en ese artículo linkeado. Pero igualmente los pasos indicados en este sirven tanto para Windows 7, Windows 8 y Windows 8.1.

Método 1: Usando el Gestor de Idioma de Windows 8

Windows 8 incorpora más de 100 idiomas. Muchos incluyen dialectos y variantes regionales. A continuación veremos cómo cambiar el idioma o instalar adicionales.

1. Primero vamos al Panel de Control, moviendo el mouse a la izquierda inferior izquierda, y haciendo click derecho:

2. Luego, en Clock, Language, and Region, abrimos Add a language.

3. En la ventana Language, cliqueamos el botón Add a language.

4. Aparecerá una ventana donde tendremos que escrolear hasta encontrar el idioma que busquemos, y lo seleccionamos.

5. Si el idioma no incluye variantes regionales, cliqueamos Add .

6. Pero muchos idiomas como el nuestro tienen muchas variantes regionales, así que vamos a elegir la que corresponde a nuestro país. Click en Open para ver las variantes, y volvemos a revisar la nueva lista seleccionando la que nos interesa, en este caso Español de Argentina, y cliqueamos en Add.

7. Nos lleva de vuelta a la ventana principal de Language ahora mostrando en la lista el idioma que elegimos. Cliqueamos en el Options de nuestro idioma para continuar.

8. Se abre la ventana de Language options. Si el paquete de idioma está disponible, cliqueamos en Download and install language pack. Puede que nos pida permiso para ejecutar como Administrador, le damos que sí.

9. Así comienza a instalarse el paquete de idiomas. Esto puede tomar un rato largo porque la descarga sola puede pesar unos 600 MB, y luego tiene que instalar todo eso…

10. Una vez completado este paso, el nuevo idioma ya quedará disponible para usar en la computadora. Ahora sólo hay que decirle a Windows cómo queremos usarlo…

Cómo cambiar el idioma de pantalla

Una vez descargado e instalado el paquete de idiomas, ya podemos elegir cuál queremos usar.

1. En la ventana Language, elegimos el idiomas que queremos definir como principal y cliqueamos en Move up hasta que quede primero en la lista.

2. Reiniciamos la computadora para que tome los cambios.

3. Con esto, la computadora se reinicia mostrando nuestro idioma en aplicaciones, configuraciones y otras áreas de Windows.

4. Para cambiar entre idiomas, sólo hay que ir a la ventana Language (Idioma), mover el idioma deseado al principio de la lista y reiniciar la computadora.

5. Si compartimos la computadora con otros, y que tengan sus respectivos usuarios de Windows, pueden aprovechar estos paquetes para definir su idioma preferido, el cual se utilizará sólo dentro de sus respectivas cuentas.

Cómo cambiar el idioma de teclado

Una vez que ya tengamos instalados los idiomas, podemos elegir con qué distribución de teclado e idioma queremos escribir. Se pueden agregar métodos de entrada en otros idiomas o seleccionar una distribución de teclado diferente.

1. Primero volvemos al Panel de Control.

2. Abrimos Change input methods en la sección Clock, Language, and Region. 

3. En la ventana de Idioma que se abre, si queremos agregar una nueva distribución de teclado, tocamos el Options del idioma en cuestión. 

4. Una vez dentro, cliqueamos en Add an input method. 

5. Y en esta pantalla vamos a poder elegir el idioma de teclado deseado de una lista, luego cliqueamos en AgregarAdd .

6. Y tocamos Guardar en la ventana de Idioma. Una vez que tengamos los idiomas de teclado elegidos, podemos intercambiar entre uno u otro tocando la tecla Windows Barra espaciadora.

ATENCION: al cambiar entre idiomas de teclado, solamente cambiamos la forma en que windows reconoce nuestro teclado, afectando a caracteres especiales, acentos, etc. En la secuencia anterior de Cómo cambiar el idioma de Pantalla están explicados los pasos para cambiar el idioma en que se muestran las aplicaciones, configuraciones, menúes y otras áreas de Windows.

7. Si te gustaría que cada aplicación utilice un idioma específico de teclado, en la ventana de Idioma hacer click en Advanced settings.

8. En el apartado de Switching input methods, seleccionar el casillero que dice Let me set a different input method for each app window (Permitirme elegir un método de entrada distinto para cada aplicación). Y click en Guardar. 

Como aplicar el idioma de pantalla al resto de Windows 8

Esto permite usar el idioma que instalamos en la pantalla de Bienvenida y otras cuentas de usuarios.

1. Desde la ventana de Idioma, vamos a configuración avanzada, Advanced settings.

2. Cliqueamos en Aplicar configuración de idioma a la pantalla de bienvenida, cuentas del sistema y nuevas cuentas (Apply language settings to the welcome screen, system accounts, and new user accounts). 

3. Esto abre la ventana administrativa de Región, y cliqueamos en Copiar Configuración (Copy settings). 

4. Ahora, en la ventana que nos abrirá, elegimos el casillero que dice de copiar las configuraciones a la pantalla de Bienvenida (Welcome screen and system accounts) para que el idioma de pantalla sea visible en la pantalla de inicio de sesión. 

5. Si terminamos aquí, click en OK .

6. Pero si también queremos aplicar el idioma de pantalla elegido a todas las futuras nuevas cuentas de usuarios, debemos marcar el casilleron siguiente, New user accounts.

7. Ahora hacemos click en OK en todas las pantallas para cerrarlas y reiniciamos la computadora si el sistema lo pide.

Cómo desinstalar paquetes de idioma

Los paquetes de idioma ocupan bastante espacio en disco, y si usamos varios en distintas aplicaciones puede que el sistema se note algo pesado. Si instalamos más de los que necesitamos, podemos desinstalar los que no hagan más falta.

1. Vamos al Panel de Control, Agregar Idioma, y tocamos el link de Opciones que corresponda al idioma a desinstalar.

2. En la pantalla de opciones del idioma, hacemos click en Desinstalar paquete de idioma (Uninstall language pack). 

3. Se abrirá una ventana mostrando el progreso de la desinstalación. Esto puede tardar varios minutos. 

4. Al terminar, nos pedirá que reiniciemos la computadora.

5. Luego de reiniciar, volvemos a la pantalla de Idioma, marcamos el idioma que desinstalamos y tocamos Remover. 

6. Reiniciamos el sistema si asi lo solicita.

7. Y para terminar de desinstalar todo vestigio del idioma eliminado, realizamos los pasos del procedimiento descrito más arriba en este artículo, en la sección Como aplicar el idioma de pantalla al resto de Windows 8. 

Método 2: Descargar los Language Packs de Windows 8 e instalarlos manualmente

Este es nuestro Plan B. Cuando el Método 1 de arriba no funciona, porque la copia de Windows es pirata o incompleta, o tenemos un disco OEM en un idioma predeterminado, o la computadora por X motivo no se puede conectar a Internet, o lo que fuera, aplicamos estos pasos.

Primero necesitamos contar con los links oficiales de Microsoft para descargar todos los Language Packs de Windows 8, tanto para sistemas de 32 bits como de 64 bits. A continuación publicamos los links para que puedan bajarse el archivo necesario, y luego explicaremos como instalarlos, ya que no se trata de archivos ejecutables.

Language Packs para Windows 8 de 32 bits

ar-sa (Arabic): windows8-kb2607607-x86-ara_c3d59c0d530b4d31ad99ffb098c7b4bb224840a9.cab
bg-bg (Bulgarian): windows8-kb2607607-x86-bgr_a3fb720899b74af903bec3939e62fa5632bbd8e0.cab
cs-cz (Czech): windows8-kb2607607-x86-csy_b65e72f5bd2ffcd8450d03976928b5c487c50fbf.cab
da-dk (Danish): windows8-kb2607607-x86-dan_b3ae7f634248795ea2b9fd4fd87f4710c4657281.cab
de-de (German): windows8-kb2607607-x86-deu_6e1302992c19a67c22210f11e75543e8f60bae21.cab
el-gr (Greek): windows8-kb2607607-x86-ell_1134e70e6f3340db25fb33b66c0586d244dbb312.cab
en-gb (English – UK): windows8-kb2607607-x86-eng_f0fa22663a5adcb24c36907c4252d8948241c53c.cab
en-us (English – USA): windows8-kb2607607-x86-enu_c39d4d4c8cd465c37f957ac0d1eb2ac3b50acdb7.cab
es-es (Spanish): windows8-kb2607607-x86-esn_2d292f36e071d103c448b9bae76133b5ac62956a.cab
fi-fi (Finnish): windows8-kb2607607-x86-fin_50d61af8356d3ceb7585cc06b6af1c94a6c23586.cab
fr-fr (French): windows8-kb2607607-x86-fra_8cd60998609ba80263d9177fb392219f4481e6cf.cab
he-il (Hebrew): windows8-kb2607607-x86-heb_f8546fc2872e11cdd4b3574edceb67b58912148b.cab
hr-hr (Croatian): windows8-kb2607607-x86-hrv_af792fd0ca0dac79b30067ae44d1a2a79c40f80e.cab
it-it (Italian): windows8-kb2607607-x86-ita_4a92392a5fac1a60fde02b86f1f53e884ffe1204.cab
ja-jp (Japanese): windows8-kb2607607-x86-jpn_c0daf9262b007af8d3c968435f81b671a8765519.cab
ko-kr (Korean): windows8-kb2607607-x86-kor_c1dd86ea71f9c1d382f2417931043d7a1a8a9151.cab
nl-nl (Dutch): windows8-kb2607607-x86-nld_0b93a4ba2cfbe9488037c2999a16de599fde770a.cab
pt-br (Portuguese – Brazil): windows8-kb2607607-x86-ptb_ab50528c4254edf5610cdb575bb0248df4d8ca95.cab
pt-pt (Portuguese – Portugal): windows8-kb2607607-x86-ptg_cbbe70ccbe14e4ffd5507353ce046d50eda2dedd.cab
ru-ru (Russian): windows8-kb2607607-x86-rus_45a3d7b1bfcb0174e9b938fe0cc339620b6ff3ab.cab
sv-se (Swedish): windows8-kb2607607-x86-sve_0390b8c05ab6ad375bf0a7fcea6f7fadf165b0d6.cab
zh-cn (Chinese – Simplified): windows8-kb2607607-x86-chs_d6987385ae26c86ea601d9c0e4d5190b2dcfb2b3.cab
zh-hk (Chinese – Traditional): windows8-kb2607607-x86-zhh_16e2a22c8583925084949319ebdf40fa9624e657.cab

Language Packs para Windows 8 de 64 bits

ar-sa (Arabic): windows8-kb2607607-x64-ara_B45A2A3A690F20C07E394BB745589C97509A0F3D.cab
cs-cz (Czech): windows8-kb2607607-x64-csy_188FE68BD59E9B0B5A15D1AF35EBB970B9B43764.cab
da-dk (Danish): windows8-kb2607607-x64-dan_B29A2DBE8679887CAE087ACA7FF00808EF5470B9.cab
de-de (German): windows8-kb2607607-x64-deu_807DA664995DACF6F2A6E78034A4583E6BC4A69C.cab
el-gr (Greek): windows8-kb2607607-x64-ell_DBEC5DF671B23EEBB69508663C384AD4FB425D31.cab
en-gb (English – UK): windows8-kb2607607-x64-eng_5359D31B8F4E3DE3FA91B4E45A2307ECE82365B6.cab
en-us (English – USA): windows8-kb2607607-x64-enu_881757C27FBCDF3170FEDF7760A8A78858CA11C7.cab
es-es (Spanish): windows8-kb2607607-x64-esn_D67B19AA3366744D8249D4A9FD0E8CDF01FC5C9C.cab
fi-fi (Finnish): windows8-kb2607607-x64-fin_62CF50190F9FD5911F179BF76FB92C5E6DB51FFA.cab
fr-fr (French): windows8-kb2607607-x64-fra_BEE4CAE23A0846C4338CDB036175A23F640237F9.cab
he-il (Hebrew): windows8-kb2607607-x64-heb_1CE36BA7BDF85317EA7A287784D20F0EDD92595C.cab
hr-hr (Croatian): windows8-kb2607607-x64-hrv_4A36CA3EC1B0D9ACBE15FF8CD8FE0A98F4BA482E.cab
it-it (Italian): windows8-kb2607607-x64-ita_A3E3178C9D2273987DBC41AB7CA89FE1F7326989.cab
ja-jp (Japanese): windows8-kb2607607-x64-jpn_60B1149B37E0FDA9D2D8115EB8F931DEDC16F77C.cab
ko-kr (Korean): windows8-kb2607607-x64-kor_8B6AAE9F69D9919FA5A93AD68031B0AB04123493.cab
nl-nl (Dutch): windows8-kb2607607-x64-nld_655DEAEFAD08A76D95E5D82E0FA9DC3C38879E3E.cab
pt-br (Portuguese – Brazil): windows8-kb2607607-x64-ptb_29786BE718DC83386EF5ABACC2AFB5A9996A5EA5.cab
pt-pt (Portuguese – Portugal): windows8-kb2607607-x64-ptg_AC781905A6D0C2937B93B6FF665D0EDFECAD46B4.cab
ro-ro (Romanian): windows8-kb2607607-x64-rom_58A112E04D8AE9770E9532BAA5D5FE6B563B3EEA.cab
ru-ru (Russian): windows8-kb2607607-x64-rus_A8F1E9E5C3A113E810CC4B43697C6546EBC6F12D.cab
sv-se (Swedish): windows8-kb2607607-x64-sve_E264D40BA874E0E8FF5B48A0ADD3001DED06744C.cab
zh-cn (Chinese – Simplified): windows8-kb2607607-x64-chs_B505138C3B1721CFB72015D0A8E1EA44A8FC18AE.cab
zh-hk (Chinese – Traditional): windows8-kb2607607-x64-zhh_3FEDA171C0FC3EEB6BA5C3B39DB069446C20C756.cab

Ahora que ya tenemos el archivo .cab con el Language Pack que queramos instalar, hay que seguir los siguientes pasos.

1. Tocamos el atajo de teclado Windows R para ver la ventana Ejecutar. En el cuadro de texto escribiremos LPKSetup.exe y [Enter]

2. Se abrirá una ventana donde elegiremos Install display languages (Instalar idiomas para mostrar)

3. Luego click en Browse (Examinar) y buscamos el archivo .cab que descargamos.

4. Windows detectará el idioma Spanish (español), lo seleccionamos y tocamos “Next“:

5. Debemos aceptar los términos de la licencia para continuar y pulsamos nuevamente “Next” para que comience a instalar (puede tardar un buen rato! aprovechar para hacerse un café):

6. Luego de instalar, en la siguiente pantalla seleccionamos el idioma “español”, marcamos el casllero “Apply display language to welcome screen and system accounts“, y tocamos el botón “Change Display language“. Al finalizar será necesario reiniciar el equipo:


Con esto ya dejaremos instalado el idioma que deseemos en nuestra computadora o tablet.

Tal como lo indicamos en el método anterior, para que este nuevo idioma sea el utilizado por defecto en el sistema, hay que ir a Panel de Control, Reloj, Idioma, y Región, entrar a Idioma, click en las Opciones del idioma que usaremos por defecto. Y tocamos la opción que dice Hacer este el idioma primario. Y ahora sí a disfrutar de Windows 8 !!

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Algunas personas llegaron aquí buscando esto:

Windows 7 SP1 was released some time back and is available for download from Windows Update. Now Microsoft has released the Language Packs for Windows 7 SP1 (KB2483139).

Only Windows 7 Ultimate and Windows 7 Enterprise can install more than one MUI language packs but I have already written about how to install language pack on non-supported Windows 7 like Windows 7 Starter Edition or Windows 7 Home Basic Edition.

A language pack changes the language of the Windows Operating System. The default language is always English and other languages can be installed manually. All the language packs are described in KB2483139. Here is the list of language packs available from Microsoft for direct download:

Download Official 32-bit (x86) Windows 7 SP1 MUI Language Packs

Arabic:
windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-ar-sa_5add6e4a36127029d431ba98d99708c44ef9b53f.exeBulgarian:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-bg-bg_a8a5013e477366119cfdc5fbda43b904755db450.exe

Chinese (Simplified):

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-zh-cn_ae61ea226215f96fc95be33201ffc96755ac7eb5.exe

Chinese (Traditional):

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-zh-hk_411a6bb68728f12f5ced712d9a33fee9ebe0b0b3.exe

Croatian:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-hr-hr_685e217ce007af8005db4726087893d04e19dade.exe

Czech:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-cs-cz_bb5061f4bd24437dd31a3714e1b54318ced7e63a.exe

Danish:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-da-dk_67fecaab0a940e2e537bc8dcd8a9ebb8ab4ed102.exe

Dutch:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-nl-nl_b7e1c3046b218fb45a665ab5f5ed8a5ea8125760.exe

English:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-en-us_783d6dd59e2ec8fb0995a059c9c121795bde46c8.exe

Estonian:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-et-ee_d0f798de315b696bf560b559f6f90064687c0b7b.exe

Finnish:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-fi-fi_5259ca6a22a981dbdee352dde5b8e65c2fddd407.exe

French:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-fr-fr_f57427487dfc2f49da67cac22480ab1f48983d22.exe

German:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-de-de_acb9b88b96d432749ab63bd93423af054d23bf81.exe

Greek:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-el-gr_5aeecda7e1d689a083975128901da8156751dfc5.exe

Hebrew:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-he-il_1849d14777a76c7c5b4ef766490dccc8aed5c56b.exe

Hungarian:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-hu-hu_a7a5af62c59ab7a4e8cb0f21242b42606b95195b.exe

Italian:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-it-it_1d54a8d0047674fc1b5b6f41292a0074d9fe3cc5.exe

Japanese:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-ja-jp_bc46078938ae9129c7ce86a9c176fa517e4c0a3d.exe

Korean:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-ko-kr_18f213428cc6fde96d8c76c6dd91446348e86ce6.exe

Latvian:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-lv-lv_97b58149699a2e8b02bd7cac720ac0795b51c98b.exe

Lithuanian:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-lt-lt_297c5ee6e98ab646b14f1492716b67cc0970fcd8.exe

Norwegian:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-nb-no_5bd6fc76ad54b7a232d4ceb4a5f5c7c366bf90b6.exe

Polish:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-pl-pl_c460a8c1392d7f3d35d1c0b37e56017d3552d245.exe

Portuguese (Brazil):

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-pt-br_6e1d337b2fd56669d461e82601aa51004fecbd24.exe

Portuguese (Portugal):

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-pt-pt_5cc92ef98ed177b2f6bbae3a0420ee2f12764fab.exe

Romanian:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-ro-ro_d8d9b2b4c5c457fe6a7dcb09a5f645cfe77cc30c.exe

Russian:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-ru-ru_6532a8f36ad7d15277d5d60da92555f0fbee4daa.exe

Serbian (Latin):

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-sr-latn-cs_e3d9acfcc9f608cf7687bd3b5ee7f0d9658b7bc9.exe

Slovak:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-sk-sk_4c7b17a6cb292b09bede4c8731ad4f24cd09ab2a.exe

Slovenian:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-sl-si_de7f366819e1c12954557e3e65b7c0f059f49b67.exe

Spanish:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-es-es_6aef75f7d83edaabc2a921a6b157cc7005628286.exe

Swedish:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-sv-se_bd65af75e8995bd865d93c8d8c8a35091499083f.exe

Thai:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-th-th_8248f2b209d65a39ddaeb36e1782fcc0f6664f73.exe

Turkish:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-tr-tr_228dfa5fbaa4606b17f93d6fcd51c8c85c0f1fd3.exe

Ukrainian:

windows6.1-kb2483139-x86-uk-ua_7f01db99ad2b2d41598bfc71aaa9bd4be04b6369 Total Commander 8.01 Final

exe

Language Packs for Windows Embedded 8 Standard (32-bit)

The new version of Windows 10, Windows 10 Version 1803, has been released recently. We have shared the download links for Windows 10 Version 1803 for all available languages. If you have installed Windows and want to change your language afterwards, you just have to install compatible Windows 10 Version 1803 language packs. This will enable to system to install multiple languages in your system and you can switch between languages easily.

For Windows 10 Version 1709: Download Windows 10 Version 1709 language packs Direct Download Links

For Windows 10 Version 1703: Download Windows 10 Version 1703 language packs Direct Download Links

Change languages

Types of language packs

The language packs are three different types basically.

Fully localized language pack: It contains 100 percent of the resources for a language and locale.

Partially localized language pack: It contains 100 percent of the resources for a language and locale, but not all of the resources are localized in the language pack

Language Interface Pack (LIP): A partially localized language pack that includes less than 100 percent of the localized resources. LIPs can be installed only on top of a fully localized language pack.

If you are looking for any language pack for Windows 10 version 1803, then I have added all the links for language packs for both 32-bit and 64-bit here.

Windows 10 Version 1803 Language Packs Download Links

How to install Windows 10 language packs manually

These language packs are in the form of a “cab" file. You can either install them manually or from Windows Update. I have added both ways to install the language packs. You can choose any way to have a language pack on your WIndows 10 version 1803.

Follow the instructions below to install the language pack manually.

  1. Go to Run –> lpksetup
  2. Click on Install Display Languages
  3. Give the language pack path (CAB file) and click Next.
  4. Then after a while, language pack will start installing.
  5. It will take a few time to complete the installation.

Installing a language pack in Windows 10 using Windows Update

You can install multiple language packs in Windows 10 version 1803 and then make one language your default so you may use that default language normally, but if you want to use another language you can easily switch between other languages as you have installed multiple language packs for your Windows.

The advantage of installing the language pack from Windows Update is that it will always give you a compatible version of the language pack according to the system build. Also, you will get a lot more language options than from the manual download method.

To install a new language from Windows Update, follow the steps below:

  1. Go to Settings >Time language >Region language.

  2. Select Add a language.

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From DeSmuME

NOTE: This refers to the 0.9.5 revision of desmume, and may or may not accurately reflect any other revision.

When you start the emulator for the first time, you probably just want to play a certain game. You can do this by going to 'File' in the menu, and selecting 'Open Rom'. This will open up an explorer window, within which you can browse to the rom (nds file) that you wish to play. Once the game has finished loading (and this should only take a few seconds at most), your game will automatically start running. But if you want, you can also compile from source. See the article Installing DeSmuME from source on Windows for details.

The rest of this manual will be spend on explaining all the other options in the menu.

File | Open ROM

This option is for loading games. A game is typically called a rom file. Just use the explorer window to browse to the file, and click on open. The game should just load and start. The desmume windows port is also able to load some compressed formats, like zip, rar, and 7z. Just as long as there is a valid game (rom) file in the compressed archive ending with an .nds extension, it should load fine.

File | Recent ROM

This menu option contains a list of the roms that you have most recently loaded. You can quickly access a game that way, without having browse to the right directory with the 'Open Rom' option.

File | ROM Info

This option offers some information about the internals of the rom file, like name, code, manufacturer, and size. This should not concern the casual gamer, but may come in handy for developers.

File | Close ROM

Just ends the current game and leaves the emulator more or less how it was when you first launched it.

File | Save State As...

Imagine you have gotten to a certian point in a game, and you need to do something else. The emulator let's you save the current state of the game, so that you can continue the game later at precisely the same point somewhere in the future.

Please note that the use of SAVESTATES is discouraged, as these are likely to break between emulator versions. Instead use SAVE FILES. These are likely to survive between emulator versions. This means that you will have to use save points within the game. SAVE FILES are stored in .dsv files.

File | Load State As...

Once you have saved a game's position, or 'state', you can load it again with this option.

File | Save State

This option works fairly similair to the 'Save As' option, altough it let's you save numbers instead os specifying a chosen name. Also, All the states saved via this option end up with a pre-determined name of 'game (rom) name'.dsx. So if the game is called MyGame, the first savefile will be called MyGame.ds0, the second one MyGame.ds1, etc.

File | Load State

This option let's you load the states that you saved via the 'File | Save State' option

File | Import Backup Memory

Backup Memory is the data the game uses to remember its own state. It is stored on the cart in a normal game. Desmume uses the .dsv extension and file format; other formats which can be imported are .duc and raw .sav, as well as no$gba savefiles (also using the .sav extension). People use pro action replays to capture duc files from their card and post it online without using emulators. These are frequently found on gamefaqs.com. See the faq for details on how to use this function, where it has been documented better.

File | Export Backup Memory

This lets you export the game's state for use in other Nintendo DS Emulators. It will write a 'raw' sav file or a no$gba savefile.

File | Save Screenshot As...

This lets you take a screenshot of the current view of the emulator, and specify it's name to save as a bitmap (.bmp) file.

File | Quick Screenshot

This option also dumps a screencapture, but it has a pre-determined filename and location. The name will be based on the name of the rom and somehow sequentially numbered, and placed in the directory specified in the Path Settings.

File | Record AVI

This option lets you capture what's going on in the emulator, and save it in an avi file.

File | Stop AVI

The 'Record AVI' option continues to record the game, untill you press the 'Stop Avi' option.

File | Record WAV

This option lets you capture the sound played in the emulator, and save it in a wav file. In contrast to the other option, this records, as faithfully as possible, the exact emulated audio output (which is not necessarily what you hear), although it will use the interpolation you have specified in the sound config.

File | Record Movie

This option lets you record the gameplay in TAS format, see http://tasvideos.org for details on TAS (tool-assisted speedruns).

File | Play Movie

This option lets you playback a pre-recorded TAS movie.

File | Stop Movie

This options lets you stop a movie which is playing or recording.

File | Lua Scripting | New Lua Script Window

Launches a lua scripting dashboard. Reference the FAQ for more information on lua in emulators.

File | Lua Scripting | Close All Script Windows

Closes all the lua dashboards.

File | Quit

Choosing this option exits the emulator.

Emulation | Pause

This option will pause the emulation, freezing it at the current moment of execution. Selecting it again will resume the execution of the ROM at the exact moment where you paused it.

Emulation | Reset

This option will reset the ROM that is currently loaded to the very start of the ROM, just as if you chose 'File | Open Rom' again.

Emulation | Shut Up

This option turns off all the currently-running sounds, effectively killing streams and decoded music and voiceovers. Sequenced music and sound effects will continue to play, and when you enter a new area in the game or someone else speaks, the sounds will play again. Use this to Shut Up an annoying sound.

Emulation | GBA Slot

This menu option pop-ups a new window, which lets you specirfy what to do with the GBA slot of the Nintendo DS. It has the following choices :NONE, Compact Flash, Rumble Pack, GBA Game, Guitar Grip. Rumble pack allows some games to use vibration. Memory extension... Extends memory, as introduced by the NDS Opera browser. And some DS games can have bonuses, unlockable by GBA cart. For example in Megaman ZX you can fight some Megaman Zero Bosses when correct cartridge is inserted. This is also commonly used by pokemon players for finding some pokemons from older GBA games. There are some GBA slot extensions which are not yet emulated by desmume. Compact Flash is is used for homebrew software emulation, for example that uses DLDI (Dynamically Linked Device Interface). As usual, see the FAQ for more up-to-date information on that.

Emulation | Cheats

This option pulls down a drop-down menu, and presents the options list and search. Be aware though, that cheats are sort of half baked right now. If you are not having luck, wait for some news on an improved cheat system. Also, it is impossible yet to use "commercial" codes, such as Action Replay and Codebreaker, so what you'll have to do is manually search for, and alter the memory positions to your advantage. They are called 'raw' or 'internal' cheats. There's an excellent article in the wiki on Using Cheats in DeSmuMe . In post-0.9.2 development builds, there is also the support for Action Replay cheat codes.

Emulation | Cheats | List

Choosing 'list' will list all the currently known cheats. Please refer to the article Using Cheats in DeSmuMe for further details on how to use the cheat mechanism in desmume.

Emulation | Cheats | Search

Choosing 'search' will let you search for cheats. Please refer to the article Using Cheats in DeSmuMe for further details on how to use the cheat mechanism in desmume.

Emulation | Cheats | Disable

Disables the cheat engine, and all active cheats.

View | LCDs layout

This powerful menu controls how the NDS screens will be arranged into the window. Vertical and Horizontal will choose to stack them in the specified manner (vertical being traditional and default and horizontal being wide-screen). One LCD shows just one screen--whichever one is "first" (top) as described below. "Top First" means that the top screen is First and will be displayed on top. "Bottom first" means that the bottom screen is First and will be displayed on top (effectively switching the usual ordering of the screens for this game). "Main screen first" selects the main graphics engine (the one with 3d on it) to consider as first. This option will help you track the action and discard the useless status screen in many games. "Sub screen first" is added for the sake of completeness and you may occasionally find it helpful. Please note that these last two options may not work well in the case of dual screen 3d games, as the screens are always toggling around.

View | Rotation

This option will let you rotate the screen a pre-determined amount of degrees clockwise in order to adjust the angle of the display. Some programs require that you normally turn the DS on its side. You can set it up in that manner using this. The options are 0 (no rotation), 90, 180, and 270.

View | Window size

This option will let you enlarge the windows a pre-determined size. The resize options are: 1x, 1.5x, 2x, 3x, and 4x the default size. You can also adjust the window size by resizing the window as usual in Windows apps.

View | Window size | Always On Top

As featured in media players and IM programs and other emulators, etc., this will prevent other apps from displaying on top of desmume.

View | Screen Separation

This option controls how far the two windows should be apart of each other, in other words: how big the border between them should be. Valid choices are: None (which is the default), narrow border (which is slightly larger), DS (which is about the same amount of room there is on a real Nintendo DS).

View | Screen Separation | White,Gray,Black

Changes the colour of the gap. Savvy users may discover that they can edit this in the ini file to be any color they want.

View | Screen Separation | Editable via border dragging

When enabled, you can pick any gap size you want by dragging the bottom edge (not a corner) of the main window.

View | Render

These options will apply different resizing filters to the emulator screen display.

View | Force Maintain Ratio

Here you can choose, when re-sizing the windows, if you want to maintain the ratio of the windows. Sometimes when the window size is changed it doesn't look correct on the screen. This option forces the window to maintain a correct aspect ratio so it looks correct.

View | Display Frame Counter

Selecting this option will display the emulation frame number. This way you can tell how long you have been playing the game. It is also useful for timestamping emulation events (for example, you can tell if you made it out of a level faster than last time)

View | Display FPS

Selecting this option causes the 'frames-per-second' (or 'fps', for short) to be displayed. It also displays an additional '3D' counter, which tells how frequently the game is updating its 3d graphics. But unlike the fps counter, the 3d counter has nothing to do with the power of your system. If it is low, then the game is running slow on a retail cart, and so it runs slow in an emulator. The last number in parentheses is the arm9 load average, which indicates how hard the emulated CPU is working. This has nothing to do with the power of your system either.

View | Display Input

Selecting this option displays the emulated input that the emulator is recognizing and sending to the game software. Note that if the input displayed is green, that means the emulator recognized it but did not send it to the game (this will happen if you are not running a game yet, for example).

View | Display Graphical Input

Same as Display Input but it is a super-spiffy graphical version.

View | Display Lag Counter

This option displays the lag counter, which records frames where the game does not poll input.

View | Display Microphone

This option is somewhat less exciting than it sounds, but it displays some numbers which may help you diagnose whether your microphone is hooked up correctly.

View | HUD Editing Mode

This option will let you drag around hud elements to pick their position.

Config | Save Type

This option lets you specify the save type of a particular game. The default is 'automatic'. However, this is not fail-safe in all cases, so you might need to manually select one of the other savetypes. You may also need to set this before importing a savefile from some other source, as they do not always contain sufficient information to guess the correct size.

Config | 3D Settings

This option lets you select the method that is used to draw the screen. You can choose between OpenGL (hardware accelerated) or SoftRasterizer (desmume's custom-crafted software renderer). Note that however hardware accelerated it may be, oftentimes SoftRasterizer will run faster.

Furthermore, you have three toggles for SoftRasterizer:

  • Unrealistically High-Precision Color Interpolation - this affects how material colors get handled when polygons are clipped.
  • Enable Edge Marking / Enable Fog - Using these you can prohibit emulation of these hardware features to gain a minor speedup.

Desmume 0.9.4 had an option called "Alternate Flush Mode" which fixed some games with flickering graphics, but this was removed in 0.9.5.

Config | Control Config

This option lets you configure keyboard keys or a joystick. The joystick support is implemented using a DirectInput control interface.

Here are the default control mappings (they may be subject to change):

 Up arrow - Up Left arrow - Left Down arrow - Down Right arrow - Right x - A button z - B button s - X button a - Y button q - Left Trigger w - Right Trigger Enter - Start button Right Shift - Select button Backspace - Lid fold/unfold

Config | Control Config | Allow Left Rt/Up Dn

It is nearly impossible on an actual console to press left and right at the same time. You may accidentally (or on purpose!) be glitching games by sending input they did not expect if you enable this option. Most casual users can emulate the hardware better by leaving this unchecked.

Config | Hotkey Config

This menu option lets you define keys, that can be used to quickly select other options without having to go through the entire menu structure. Some examples are a hotkey for 'pause', or a hotkey for loading a specific savestate.

Here are the default hotkey mappings (they may be subject to change):

 n - Frame advance Space - Pause/Unpause p - Load current state 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0 - Select current state F1-F10 - Load relevant state Shift F1-F10 - Save relevant state

Config | Sound Settings

This option lets you configure the way sound is generated.The sync/async modes and sync methods give you different output:

  • Dual sync/async: the traditional mode, which generates more sound when the game slows down. Gives clear sound in most cases but can cause streamed sounds to be garbled sometimes.
  • Sync: always generates the same amount of sound, and uses one of the three available methods to compensate for too low or too high framerates. This mode shouldn't make streamed sounds garbled.
    • Sync method 'N': created by Nitsuja. Basically stretches the sound. Sounds like No$GBA (without the crackling).
    • Sync method 'Z': created by Zeromus. Stretches the sound to compensate for slowdowns, and resamples it to compensate for too high framerates. That resampling causes latency and can behave weird sometimes.
    • Sync method 'P': taken from SPU2-X, an SPU2 plugin for PCSX2. Stretches the sound intelligently, giving clear sound in most cases, but also latency.

The sound core setting allows you to choose between the DirectX sound core and the dummy one which produces no sound. The WAV write core has been removed since the new "Record WAV" option made it useless.The buffer size setting should be kept to its original value. However, if your sound isn't clear even at 60 fps, you can try increasing it.The interpolation setting allows you to choose between three interpolation methods:

  • None: Fast, but may sound bad.
  • Linear: typical, sounds good
  • Cosine: maybe slower than linear, but doesn't sound much better

Note that the DS has no interpolation method. While sometimes interpolation can make a noticeable improvement, it can also be unnoticeable or distort some sounds.

The ADPCM caching has been removed. It was needed due to a bug in ADPCM decoding which has been fixed. If you are still using 0.9.4, then enabling this can speed up some games while breaking the sound in others.

Config | WIFI Settings

WIFI support is currently under heavy development, but it is not useful yet. Therefore, you may find this option missing, or simply 'greyed-out' for now. Even if you can fiddle with it, it won't do anything useful.

Config | Firmware Settings

This option provides you with the same set of options that a real Nintendo DS firmware does. The most important here is the language, because multi-lingual games will often look at how this option is set.

Config | Emulation Settings

These options let you boot from the extracted BIOS and Firmware of a real Nintendo DS. unless you have extracted/downloaded the firmware or bios from a Nintendo DS that you actually own yourself, these settings have no value for you as desmume does not generally require them to run correctly. Occasionally, however, a game may require them in order to work.

Config | Microphone Settings

You can choose one of four modes. The first will attempt to use the windows default recording device (it is up to you to make your microphone take this role) and feed its input to the emulator. This works, but not perfectly, and it suffers from some unresolved conceptual issues, similar in nature to the emulator audio synchronization problem. The remainder of the options are triggered when using the mic hotkey. You can "Use internal noise sample" which works for many games that want you to blow on the mic; you can "Use rand() whitenoise" which will work for games that require blowing, but which don't work with the internal noise sample (note that this is NONDETERMINISTIC and not tas-safe); and finally you can supply your own microphone sample, which may be noise, or your nintendog's name, or any other thing. It has even been tested with bangai-o spirits level loading. This must be an 8bit mono pcm wav file.

Config | Path Settings

Use this dialog to configure the default paths for roms, savestates, screenshots, etc. Some people like everything in one directory and some people like using 50 directories; you can have it your way.

Config | Frame Skip

The first option, "Limit framerate" engages the throttler and prohibits the emulator from running more than 60fps. With this disabled, a fast computer may run the game doubly or triply fast.

The fixed skip options allow you to specify how many frames should be skipped, constantly. It is generally safe to choose 1 or 2 if you don't mind a slightly choppier game, in order to get a speedup. You may get accustomed to the degraded game performance and not notice. Note, however, that frameskipping can sometimes entirely fail in dual-screen 3d games or games that use capture.

The auto skip options will try engaging the frameskipping when the emulator is running slow, to keep the game from slowing down, but render all the frames when possible to maintain 60fps. This can make a game look sort of like a modern console 3d game which slows down when the action gets intense or too much of the world is visible.

Note that you can use the fast-forward hotkey to engage a special mode which disables the throttler and skips some large number of frames in order to run the game as quickly as possible. This may help you speed through cutscenes or other slow grinding in games and is easier to use than constantly fiddling with these menu options.

Config | Language

This lets you set the language the emulator displays its menus and options in. This won't change everything in the emulator, as due to the way it is coded, some things aren't translateable through this system, and it may very well be the case that your desired translation is incomplete.

Config | Background Pause

Selecting this option will pause the emulation whenever you put desmume in the background, or the window loses focus.

Config | Enable State Rewinding

This is a bit of an experimental option which will suck up a ton of your cpu power taking secret savestates every 0.25 seconds or so. With this enabled, the use of a rewind hotkey will permit you to rewind time a little bit in case you die.

This option displays the ARM9 and ARM7 disassembler. Be aware though, that the windows are drawn exactly on top of each other, so that you have to move (drag n drop) the first windows before the second window shows.

This tool displays the ARM7 and ARM9 memory. Be aware though, that the windows are drawn exactly on top of each other, so that you have to move (drag n drop) the first windows before the second window shows.

The "View mode" radio buttons allow you to choose how the memory will be shown:

  • 8-bit : shows the memory as bytes
  • 16-bit : shows the memory as words
  • 32-bit : shows the memory as dwords

The "View address" textbox and button allow you to jump to a different address:

  • Enter an hexadecimal address without 0x prefix, with up to 8 digits
  • Click "Go" to jump to the entered address

The "View dump" buttons allow you to dump the current view:

  • Text dump : dumps the view to a text file, in an human-readable form
  • Raw dump : dumps the memory directly to a binary file which can be read with an hex editor

Note that if you dump memory to a file already containing (a) dump(s), the new dump will be appended to the existing one(s).

The scrollbar... well, you surely know how a scrollbar works.

The viewers additionally allow to edit the memory. For it, click on the value you want to edit, then type the new value.The new value is applied only once you've entirely entered it.

This option lets you view the ARM7 and ARM9 I/O registers.

This option lets you view the palette in detail.

This option lets you view the tiles in detail.

This option lets you view the maps in detail.

This option lets you view the OAM layer in detail.

This option lets you view the matrices in detail.

This option lets you view the lights in detail.

This option displays the sound output.

View | RAM Watch

This option will pop-up a new window, with extensive and advanced features to watch the emulated RAM memory.

View | RAM Search

This option will pop-up a new window, with extensive and advanced features to search through the emulated RAM memory.

This option lets you toggle BG layer visibility one by one. You can also toggle the rendering for an entire GPU engine, which can help your framerate in games where one screen is pointless.

Help | Website

This option directs your browser to the desmume homepage.

Help | Forums

This option directs your browser to the desmume forums.

Help | Submit a bug report

This option directs your browser to the SourceForge bugtracker for desmume.

Help | About

This option displays the authors of the emulator Clean My PC 2012

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