Windows 8 language explorer screen shot leaks

The leaks from Microsoft continue on as another shot of Windows 8 has landed on the Internet. This time there is an image showing the new language explorer feature that will be included in the next version of Windows.

This latest image comes courtesy of Canouna and shows that you can now sort languages by name, region, or writing system. Although this image is new, this feature has been in the builds of Windows 8 all the way back to M1. It would appear that Microsoft is going to support more languages out of the box rather than having to download languages updates like in Windows 7. But, the additional languages could be included in these early builds for testing purposes only and may not ship with the final product.

This latest leak adds one more small update to the others that we have already seen including an updated taskbar and a new 'Aero Lite' theme. Microsoft is expected to ship Windows 8 sometime during 2012 with another rumor suggesting retail availability in early January 2013.  

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