The Windows localization team keeps churning out new language versions of Windows 7.
Six new languages – five of them from South Africa – became available this past week:
Languages coming up for Windows 7 in the near future:
To see a full list of what’s already available and what’s coming up for Windows 7, check the Windows 7 language download page.
You can get notified about these releases by subscribing to Rob Margel’s blog.
Please note that these “Language Interface Packs” can only be installed on a system that runs an English client version of Windows 7 (or Spanish/Russian for some languages, see full details on the Windows 7 language download page). They are available to download for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems.
The user interface translations for these languages will also be made available on the Microsoft Language Portal site.