Microsoft releases IE8 language packs

In case your favorite language isn't English and have been waiting to install a language pack for the recently released Internet Explorer 8, Microsoft has finally released language packs for the following languages:

  • ENU - English
  • ARA - Arabic
  • BSC - Bosnian (Cyrillic)
  • BSB - Bosnian (Latin)
  • BRG - Bulgarian
  • CAT - Catalan
  • CHS - Chinese (Simplified)
  • CHT - Chinese (Traditional)
  • ZHH - Chinese (Hong Kong)
  • HRV - Croatian
  • CSY - Czech
  • DAN - Danish
  • NLD - Dutch
  • ETI - Estonian
  • FIN - Finnish
  • FRA - French
  • DEU - German
  • ELL - Greek
  • HEB - Hebrew
  • HIN - Hindi
  • HUN - Hungarian
  • ITA - Italian
  • JPN - Japanese
  • KOR - Korean
  • LVI - Latvian
  • LTH - Lithuanian
  • MKI - Macedonian
  • NOR - Norwegian (Bokmal)
  • PLK - Polish
  • PTB - Portuguese (Brazil)
  • PTG - Portuguese (Portugal)
  • ROM - Romanian
  • RUS - Russian
  • SRB - Serbian (Cyrillic)
  • SRL - Serbian (Latin)
  • SKY - Slovakian
  • SLV - Slovenian
  • ESN - Spanish
  • SVE - Swedish
  • THA - Thai
  • TRK - Turkish
  • UKR - Ukrainian
  • VIT - Vietnamese

The languages listed above are available in 32bit (x86 on the download page) and 64bit. To install these language packs, you must the corresponding OS language pack installed. Click here to visit the Microsoft.com Download center to start downloading now.

Kudos to CoolCatBad for the heads up

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