With Windows 8, developers changed how Microsoft think about languages from a “local-market feature” to a “feature for everyone everywhere,” and have made it a priority for you to be able to work in any language you want, from any Windows 8 PC. If you can’t read the text that Windows presents to you, you can’t use Windows to its fullest potential. That’s why Microsoft is so excited to bring powerful, easy-to-use language features to more users than ever in Windows 8. (more…)
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