Microsoft AppLocale allows you to language bypass the issue by simulating a system locale variable for the target application. If you are trying to run an app and the GUI displays unusual characters, the problem might be related to the operating system needs to emulate the environment to show the characters correctly. you can do it by changing the language of non-Unicode applicationsand run it without having any problems in displaying the characters from the interface.
AppLocale is designed to detect the language of selected executable and generate a temporary “system locale” without the need of having to reboot your computer. It has a wizard-like interface which allows you to select the file that you want to run and specify command line arguments. If it fails to detect the language, it offers you support consisting in one hundred languages, and it allows you to change the “system locale” variable quickly.
The users might experience functionality limitations for some programs. If you look at the included documentation, you can find a list of compatible apps which can make use of this tool.
You can try Microsoft AppLocale if you encounter troubles with applications that were functional on a computer.