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Published: Thursday 2005-02-24.

Microsoft really takes this with multilingualism seriously. Just look at what Windows Update wanted me to install the other day:

[Automatiska uppdateringar: Windows XP-päivitys]

See more fun dialogues here.

(For those of you who don’t get the joke: For some reason the description was displayed in Finnish instead of Swedish).

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  • Datum: 2005-02-24 22.18.56 CET
  • Namn: Mia
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Det verkar helt klart som om Microsoft tänkt på oss i Finland som råkar kunna både svenska och finska, och beslutat glädja oss med en tvåspråkig ruta. Så kul att de tänker på minoriteter?! :)

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