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IComplex 3.0.0 (Lite)// Install Complex Script support (Bangla) on Windows
Most of the time, when a new user tries to use Bangla on their system, complains that Bangla is not working in his/her system, Juktakkhor/Kar is not coming properly etc. This is the mostly asked support request in OmicronLab. All they make a simple mistake, that is, there system must be configured be fore they can use Bangla. Hence Bangla (and all east Asian languages) is a "complex script", it is not installed in Windows by default. Users need to install this support manually till Windows Xp (Windows Vista installs this by default).
All these days we are writing and publishing tutorials about "How to enable Bangla on your system". Here comes a simpler solution - IComplex. Within a simple interface, users can install/uninstall complex script support in their system. Now there is no need to bother with Control Panel>Regional settings, just use IComplex, enjoy the simplicity!
for Windows 2000/Xp/2003
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Who can be benefited:
You'll need Windows CD to install Complex Script support (Bangla and all east Asian languages) on your system. There is another edition of IComplex, which doesn't require Windows CD to install complex script. If you don't have your Windows backup, click here to download IComplex Full Edition.