Microsoft officially introduced the new Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 yesterday, bringing the latest version of its in-house browser on this very popular operating system.
Today, the company released a total of 186 language packs for the new version of the browser, giving consumers the option to use Internet Explorer in their very own language.
“The Internet Explorer 10 Language Packs install language specific resource files, allowing users to view the user interface (UI) of Internet Explorer 10 in a different supported language. To use these language packs, you must install the matching OS language pack on Windows before proceeding,” Microsoft explains.
Before installing the language packs, make sure you’ve already deployed Internet Explorer 10 on your Windows 7 computer. They require Windows 7 Service Pack 1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack and bundle a setup file that automatically performs the whole process.