How to Install Windows 98 SE Arabic Enabled on Your PC
Windows 98 SE Arabic Enabled is a version of Windows 98 Second Edition that has an English user interface with support for Arabic keyboards. It was released by Microsoft in 1999 for users who wanted to use Arabic language applications on their computers. In this article, we will show you how to install Windows 98 SE Arabic Enabled on your PC using a bootable ISO image.
A PC with at least 64 MB of RAM, 500 MB of hard disk space, and a CD-ROM drive.
A bootable ISO image of Windows 98 SE Arabic Enabled. You can download it from here [^1^].
A blank CD or a USB flash drive to burn the ISO image.
A backup of your important data before installing Windows 98 SE Arabic Enabled.
Burn the ISO image to a CD or a USB flash drive using a software like ImgBurn or Rufus.
Insert the CD or the USB flash drive into your PC and restart it.
Press any key to boot from the CD or the USB flash drive when prompted.
Follow the instructions on the screen to start the installation process.
When asked for the product key, enter the one that is included in the \"msbatch.inf\" file on the CD or the USB flash drive.
Select your language, time zone, and keyboard layout.
Choose a destination folder for Windows 98 SE Arabic Enabled and click Next.
Wait for the installation to complete and restart your PC when prompted.
Congratulations! You have successfully installed Windows 98 SE Arabic Enabled on your PC. Enjoy using Arabic language applications on your computer.
Tips and Tricks
Here are some tips and tricks to make the most out of Windows 98 SE Arabic Enabled:
To switch between English and Arabic keyboards, press Alt+Shift or use the language indicator on the taskbar.
To enable right-to-left text direction in applications like Notepad or WordPad, go to View > Right to Left Reading Order.
To change the display language of Windows 98 SE Arabic Enabled to Arabic, go to Control Panel > Regional Settings and select Arabic as the language for non-Unicode programs.
To install additional Arabic fonts, go to Control Panel > Fonts and click on Add. You can find some Arabic fonts on the CD or the USB flash drive under the Fonts folder.
To access Arabic websites, you may need to install an Arabic web browser like Internet Explorer 5.5 Arabic Edition or Netscape Navigator 4.7 Arabic Edition. You can download them from here .
Here are some screenshots of Windows 98 SE Arabic Enabled: 061ffe29dd