The EN icon in the task bar allows quick switchovers of input language and keyboard layout. If you can do without this function, then you should not only hide the icon but also deactivate this function yourself. Otherwise an unintentional keyboard shortcut could cause a language change in Windows, resulting in major inconvenience and confusion. It is especially irritating if you don't know what's gone wrong and your typing is suddenly filled with errors. First click on the 'EN' icon in the taskbar with the right mouse button and select the context command 'Settings'.
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If you do not work with various languages, then you can remove the unwanted languages from the system as well. Thus the language bar also vanishes automatically from the taskbar. In the same dialog box, change to the section 'General' or 'Settings' under XP. Click in the lower area on the non*required languages. A click on 'Remove' deletes this language from the system. Later you can 'Add' more languages using the same settings, though you might need to insert your setup DVD.