To fix this issue, delete the Preload registry folder and restart (or sign out) the computer:
This folder seems to be some legacy remnant that contains non-user-specified keyboard layouts to be added to the list of languages when the user signs in. While the fix itself works through restarts, there’s a few things that seem to bring back this folder
To automate the procedure create a txt file and paste the contents below.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
You can then save the file with .reg extension and run it if registry folder comes back. You need to logout or restart for changes to take effect.
Tip: From notepad use quotes like to “RemoveLang.reg” to save with new file extension.