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soc.culture.japan FAQ [Monthly Posting] [3/3]
Section - (7.3.2) Japanese on MS-DOS and Windows

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The easiest way to get Japanese on Windows is to buy a Japanese
version of Windows 98 or NT, and run all-Japanese applications. :-)
For those who want to retrofit Japanese onto a non-Japanese Windows
environment, there is Fabian van-de-l'Isle <rhialto@easynet.co.uk>'s
extremely useful FAQ, posted under the subject

Japanisation FAQ for computers running Western windows [FAQ]

to soc.culture.japan, soc.culture.japan.moderated, and sci.lang.japan
approximately once a month. (It may eventually make its way into the
RTFM archives.  In the meantime, use DejaNews to find a copy if there
isn't one on your news server.)

In addition, the following two pages may be useful in setting up a
Windows machine for Japanese:

<http://www.panix.com/~tn/j-pc.html>
<http://www.tjp.washington.edu/Computing/Japanese/>


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