Plesk includes language packs, the translations of user interface into different languages. If you would like to see the list of supported languages, refer to Plesk localization guide. All the supported languages are installed during the Plesk installation (either clean installation or upgrade), and do not require any additional actions from you to start using them. The number of languages you can use depends on the Plesk license you purchased. Plesk will alert you when you attempt to use more languages than allowed.

To view the interface languages installed in Plesk:

  1. Go to Tools & Settings > Languages (in the Plesk Appearance group). The following information is displayed:

    • Language status icon shows the current status of the language pack: image 62123.gif language pack is accessible to users, image 62124.gif not accessible, image 62122.gif the language pack is not available to users because the limit on the number of language packs supported by your current license is exceeded.

      Note: you can make a language unavailable to control panel users. To do this, click an icon image 62123.gif. To make a language available to users, click an icon image 62124.gif.

    • Language pack contains the four-letter language code;

    • Language shows the name of the language;

    • Country displays the countries where this language is native;

    • Used displays the number of control panel users at all levels that use this language in their interface.

To select a new default language for Plesk:

  1. Go to Tools & Settings > Languages (in the Plesk Appearance group).
  2. Select the checkbox corresponding to the language you wish to set as default and click Make Default.