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MS Windows operational system adds Georgian language
Georgian-speaking users of personal computers will be able to benefit by MS Windows operational system in the Georgian language soon, reports Georgia's state office. Most Georgian schools are to have been equipped with modern computers carrying the Windows Georgian version until the end of 2004. Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili met this Tuesday at the Georgian state office in Tbilisi with the Microsoft director-general for the CIS, Sergius Viza . "It is very important for us that the world's leading company in the sphere of computer technologies is working over the development of a Georgian version of the Windows operational system," said Mikhail Saakashvili. "This means that any Georgian citizen possessing a PC will be able to work with the Windows system not in English but in his or her native tongue, which is a major relief making personal computers more accessible," said the president. Mikhail Saakashvili also drew attention to the fact that the number of languages into which the Windows operational system has been translated is not that big and Georgian will be among them. For his part, the Sergius Viza noted that the Windows Georgian version was one of the first moves of the company which, enjoying the support of the entire region, had thought little of any profits. We are to continue working likewise, he added. The Microsoft corporation that cares much for the development of the Georgian market, is busy regarding various avenues of cooperation.
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