This article for those who want to Write Telugu in Windows XP, it involves a little bit of Configuring of Your Windows, take a look how to do it.
Step1.Start> Settings> Control Panel and Click ‘Regional and Language Options’, and select ‘Languages’ and Enable “install files for Complex Script and right -to-left languages including(Thai)”, click OK, insert your XP CD and restart your computer.
Step2. If you don’t have windows XP SP2 CD available, then download Icomplex and install.
Step4.Now after installing Baraha, double Click Baraha7.o Direct on your Desktop, which brings KN ANS on your taskbar, right click on it and Navigate to “Language\Telugu\Unicode “and Enable it, start typing in Telugu.
Step5. Now you can change between English and Telugu so Easily with F11 button, best of Luck.