Microsoft Language Portal updated with Windows 10 translations

The Microsoft Language Portal at has now been updated with the official Windows 10 terminology and UI translations for all the 111 languages that launched on July 29. The portal provides online search and download for thousands of translations you can reference and reuse to develop multilingual apps for Windows.

The update also includes other recently launched applications (either RTM or technical preview):

  • Windows 10
  • Windows 10 Mobile
  • Office 2016
  • Office for Mac 2016
  • Universal Store 10
  • Universal Apps 10
  • OneDrive +
  • Exchange Client and Server 2016
  • Microsoft Intune
  • Latest Xbox One strings
  • Various Azure components
  • Various System Center components

This collection of terminology and user interface "strings" includes translations of new Windows 10 features such as Windows Hello, Apps Corner, virtual desktop, tablet mode, and many more localized standard phrasings for developing multilingual content and applications.

Comments (3)
  1. anonymouscommenter says:

    The Microsoft Language Portal team recently updated their service to include Microsoft’s professional

  2. P. A. says:

    Pas très utile dans l'absolu : il faut tout faire à partir de l'anglais… Il y a plein de gens qui sont bilingues français-X, arabe-Y, espagnol-Z, russe-W, etc.

    Il faut pouvoir chercher à partir d'une autre langue que l'anglais. C'est l'essence même d'un projet bien internationalisé, non ?

  3. chantal says:

    Which are these 10 languages?

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