Microsoft Windows 7 Will Speak 10 Languages from Africa

Redmond is translating Windows 7 into 10 languages from the African Continent, this is to ensure that the computer revolution penetrates the Dark Continent, connects it to the rest of the world by encouraging the use of native languages unencumbered by the limitation of French or English and end software piracy.

Windows 7 is expected to be available in the languages such as Amharic, kiSwahili, isiXhosa, Yoruba, Igbo, Hausa, isiZulu, Afrikaans, Setswana and Sesotho sa Leboa, by the year 2011.

Mark Matunga, the Citizenship Manager of Microsoft Eastern and South Africa stated that this move was to encourage technical access for the African people what better way than to give it in their own language and in their own frame of reference to demolish the barricade.

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