Internet Explorer 9 is now available in 53 additional local languages, making IE9 available in a total of 93 languages than any other browser on Windows.
Here’s the complete list of languages IE9 is available in, starting with the originally released 40 and followed by the 53 new languages in blue:
With today’s release, IE9 is available in all languages that Windows Vista is available in and in 93 of 96 languages Windows 7 is available in.
Users on multi-lingual versions of Windows or users who’ve already installed IE9 English or one of the previously supported languages can install a language pack to experience IE9 in one of the new languages.
Please visit the Microsoft Download Center pages below to download IE9 language packs.
IE9 through Windows Update for the 53 new languages released today: “We’ll start offering IE9 to customers in one of the 53 new languages starting next week via the Automatic Update feature of Windows Update. As described earlier, we will offer IE9 via a gradual rollout and expect the rollout to be largely complete by the end of June,” stated IE team.
IE9 language packs will also be available as an optional update via WU to help users who’ve IE9 installed and one or more Windows Language Interface pack in the 53 new languages.
“With this release, IEAK9 now supports building custom IE9 packages in all 93 languages.”
“IEAK9 is a tool used to simplify the creation, deployment and management of customized IE9 packages. You can download IEAK9 here.”
Please see the TechNet site for information on using IEAK9 to build custom IE9 packages.
You can download IE9 in a language of your choice from Worldwide downloads page.
[Source: IE team blog]