arabic font and keyboard on windows 10

how can I install Arabic font and add an Arabic keyboard on windows 10

You need to install the appropriate language pack:

Windows 10 Language Interface Packs

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Hi, Ammar.

If I understand correctly, you're primarily interested in being able to type text in Arabic and use various Arabic fonts, but not necessarily be able to see the Windows user interface displayed in Arabic. All of these are possible.

First, you want to add the Arabic language to your user language settings in the Settings app.

  • Click the Start button.
  • Click on Settings.
  • Click on Time & language
  • Click on Region & language

Under the Languages heading, if you do not see any regional variety of Arabic listed, then you can add that now:

  • Click the "+" icon next to Add a language.
  • Locate Arabic in the list (you may need to scroll); click on Arabic.
  • The view will change to show several regional varieties of Arabic. Find the one that best matches your needs and click on it.

At this point, you will be taken back to the Region & language page that shows your language preferences, with Arabic at the bottom of the list.

Adding Arabic to your language profile will have several effects:

  • You have enabled an Arabic keyboard. There are different keyboard layouts available for Arabic; to choose a different layout, click on Arabic in the list, then click on Options to get to more detailed settings for Arabic.
  • Additional, optional Windows features relevant to Arabic language will be installed from Windows Update. (You need to be online for these to be installed.) These will include typing enhancements, such as text prediction, and several additional fonts that support Arabic script.
  • When you browse Web sites, browsers will indicate to the site your language preference, which now will include Arabic.
  • When you run Windows Store apps, they may be able to display their user interface in Arabic.
  • You have the option of having the Windows user interface display in Arabic. On the Region & language page, where you see Arabic in your language preferences, it may display, "Language pack available"; if so, then you can install this to set your Windows user interface to display in Arabic. If you would like to do that, click on Arabic, then click Options. You'll see a button to install the language pack in the detailed options view.

I hope that helps.

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for Win 10:
Control Panel\Clock, Language, and Region > Region > Administrative > Change System Locals >
Here you can chose the correct language for your loclas
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