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OS Microsoft Windows 8 started speaking Tatar
15.03.2013 09:28
OS Microsoft Windows 8 started speaking Tatar

March 14 the company Microsoft has presented a language pack in the Tatar language for its last operation system Windows 8 in Kazan, Tatar Republic, announced the company in its press-release. Now the residents of the Tatar Republic and millions of Tatars, living all over the world, will get access to the new possibilities of the operation system and to hundreds computer and tablet models, which operate in their native language.


The localized language pack is a free application, which is available to the licensed OS Microsoft Windows 8 users. Now the Tatar language can be selected as a system’s working language in the control panel.


In 2006 the Tatar Republic became the first Russia’s region, where the OS Window XP was localized to the native language. Later the localized language packs were issues for Windows Vista and Windows 7.

Author: Irina Fomina

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