Microsoft Language Portal: Translate Windows 7 terminology in 35 languages

In addition, to existing Windows 7 Multilingual User Interface (MUI), including Windows Language Packs and Language Interface Packs (LIPs), that lets translate the operating system in another language than default English to installation. Microsoft now made Windows 7 terminology and UI strings available for 35 languages on “Microsoft Language Portal”. This allows any user of […]

In addition, to existing Windows 7 Multilingual User Interface (MUI), including Windows Language Packs and Language Interface Packs (LIPs), that lets translate the operating system in another language than default English to installation. Microsoft now made Windows 7 terminology and UI strings available for 35 languages on “Microsoft Language Portal”. This allows any user of Microsoft products to search and discover Windows 7 terms and software translations. Simply enter English term, your corresponding language and press search. “On these pages you can search our localization glossaries and terminology database for over 90 languages, download style guides, give us feedback on terminology used in our products and find pointers to other languages and localization sites in Microsoft,” a message on the website reads.

Visit: Microsoft Language Portal

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