If you bought your computer in the United States, or some other country that’s not from the east [Except Russia], then you might have some compatibility issues when trying to view websites in Japanese, or worse, when you’re trying to play Eroge.
Does your computer display some scrambled Roman characters instead of Kana and Kanji?
The links are full of roman letters and symbols that are unreadable. Playing Eroge like this would be frustrating.
“This is Sayori’s Home Page. Welcome to Neko Works!” [They're awesome, by the way.]
In this post, we’re going to show you how to add in Japanese support in Windows Vista so you can type and read in Japanese on the computer. It’s quick and easy, but if you’re using Windows XP, Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 Server, click here. If you’re using Windows 98 or Windows 95, then you need to upgrade that OS. =]