Unable to remove language bar in windows 8.1 from taskbar,

In our clients (windows 8.1) language bar unable to remove, I tried in controlpanel, language settings and switching input methods.

problem is I am seeing in language bar two languages one is English and other one is Arabic, but in "Change you languages screen"

Arabic language is not visible. so how to remove completely Arabic language from my language bar.
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Duy PhamFreelance IT ConsultantCommented:
Try to check in Control Panel --> Region and Language (dialog) --> Keyboards and Languages (tab) --> Change keyboards... (button). You might be able to find Arabic language (& keyboard) there and then remove it if you want.

Hope it helps.
nivasnetAuthor Commented:
in windows 8 controlpanel  region and languages are different icons, I  think you are talking about windows 7 or xp I guess. even though keyboards and languages tab I didn't see anywhere in windows 8, could you be more specific.
EirmanChief Operations ManagerCommented:
Right click in bottom left Corner of Screen and open the Control Panel
Then choose Language and remove any unwanted Languages.

Choose Advanced Settings (top left)
Click on Change Language Bar Hot Keys
Click the Language Bar Tab
Choose Hidden and uncheck anything else that need it.
Then OK

Also described here ....

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Duy PhamFreelance IT ConsultantCommented:
@nivasnet:  Sorry my bad. Didn't notice about 8.1 in the question title. It seems Eriman gave the proper solution.
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