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Windows 7 will Feature 36 New Languages and 50 New Fonts

8 July 2009No Comment

The final version of Windows 7 will be released on 22nd October, 2009 which offers you lots of customization options as compared to beta and RC versions. Windows 7 will be available to the worldwide,the Windows 7 engineering team has added more features to suit the users worldwide such as new fonts, new language packs and also localized themes and customizations.

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The final release of Windows 7 will include 50 new fonts and it will be the first version of Windows to ship with more fonts for non-Latin scripts than for Latin-based scripts. One of the major change is for the languages of India. To the nine fonts for Indian languages that was available in Vista, Windows 7 adds forty more. Windows 7 will now include multiple fonts for each of the official languages of India.

50 New Fonts in Windows 7

Windows 7 localized versions will be available within 2 weeks of the final release of Windows 7. Windows 7 will be released in 36 languages in October.

36 New Languages in Windows 7

In addition to the 36 languages that will be released in October, there will be additional languages available for download as Language Interface Packs (LIPs) onto any Windows 7 edition as part of the Local Language Program (LLP). Catalan and Hindi LIPs will be available for download in October.

Windows 7 will also feature themes, backgrounds and sounds for local markets. Local Packs provide customized Windows 7 visual themes for a specific region. These visual themes contain locally relevant wallpaper images, custom aero glass colors, and regional sound schemes.

Via Windows 7 Engineering Blog.

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