Fix Windows Lost Language Bar – CTFMON (Language Bar)

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Method 1.
1. Go to Start Menu, type CMD,
2. Right click CMD, click Run as Administrator
3. Copy and paste the following command into the CMD window, and than press enter

REG ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run /v ctfmon /t REG_SZ /d CTFMON.EXE

…This should add ctfmon.exe to a startup location in the registry

Method 2.
1. Open Windows Explorer (hotkey is Windows key + E)
2. Copy and paste the following path into the addressbar:

%systemdrive%\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup

…this should open the a Startup folder

3. Open another Windows Explorer (hotkey is Windows key + E)
4. Go to the C:\Windows\System32 folder
5. Type CTFMON to find the file
6. Using the Mouse Right-click, drag and drop CTFMON to the Startup folder mentioned at point 2 and click Create shortcuts here.

Both methods should automatically load CTFMON when Windows 7 starts (and make the Language Bar visible).

Accessing Web Mail

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To access web mail, enter the following address into the address bar of your web browser: http://mail.[], where “” is your organization’s domain name.

Note: We recommend saving your web mail address to your favorites in order to easily access web mail log in screen.


When you first access web mail, it will ask you to choose either public or private.

Public: Recommended for when you are accessing from a shared computer, or a computer you do not personally own. This sets additional security such as logging you off automatically after a few moments of inactivity as well as disabling of the save password feature.

Private: Recommended for when you are using your own personal computer, such as one from your home or a personal laptop. This uses more relaxed security, allowing you to save your password, and disables idle log off.


Enter your username and password and then click Sign In to begin.