REDMOND, Wash., March 6, 1996 — Microsoft Corp. today announced that its Microsoft® Internet Explorer 2.0 software for the Windows®
95 operating system is available in 22 languages, bringing Microsoft’s Web browser to the largest international audience of any Internet client software. All 22 versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 95 are available today to download from the Internet at no charge (other than the cost of connect time, if any) at Microsoft’s World Wide Web home page (http://www.microsoft.com).
“Microsoft has a proven track record in quickly delivering leading products to our international customers,”
said Brad Silverberg, senior vice president of the Internet platform and tools group.
“With Microsoft Internet Explorer, we’re thrilled to be able to provide the richest Web experience to the largest number of users worldwide.”
Microsoft Internet Explorer 2.0 for Windows 95 is now available in Chinese Traditional (Taiwan), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese (AT and NEC 098), Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Portuguese (Iberian), Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish. Microsoft plans to release Internet Explorer soon in the remaining languages supported by Windows 95.
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