Jul 052013
 

A Microsoft spokesman has confirmed that the company had launched Windows 8, Office 2012, Outlook and Internet Explorer 10 in Te reo Maori this week. It is said that schools, universities and government would take part in to handle this software.

This news has brought many cheers from those users of Microsoft who want to contact with New Zealand’s native people. They now can email or look up contacts after the global technology giant launched versions of its software in the Maori, which is the native language of the local habitants of New Zealand.

There are three official languages in New Zealand and te reo Maori is one of them. Globally, about 157, 000 people speak this language.

The Microsoft spokesman introduced that this software would not charge any money from the local people. “it’s a free download so there is no money in it…… But we feel it is nice to be part of the revitalization efforts in New Zealand……(the program’s) been pretty popular in the Maori language classes and schools.”

It is said that the launch of the new language marked that Microsoft now has 108 languages including KiSwahili, and Scottish Gaelic, for its products.

Windows 8 can bring a lot of cool things for users to explore, but sometimes you may get trouble, like you forgot your Windows password and could not get access to your computer. If you are in this case, try Windows Password Recovery Tool. This program can help you to easily recover password for local administrator and other user accounts.

Here is the general tutorial to guide you to recover Windows 8 password.

1. Burn Windows Password Recovery Tool to CD/DVD or USB Flash Drive after you download and install it on your computer. Insert a USB Flash Drive into a USB port on the available PC and specify the USB burning drive from the pull-down list of the USB flash options. Click “Burn” button. Click “Yes” button and select “OK” in the pop up burning completed successfully window.

2. Insert newly created CD/DVD or USB Flash Drive and reboot your computer in Windows 8.

3. Select Windows installation to remove the password, and then choose “Reset your password”. Click “Next” to proceed.

4. Choose “administrator” account, select “Remove the password” and click “Next” to proceed. Click “Reboot” to restart your computer.

 

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