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Thread poster: mbm
Sep 4, 2007

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Title: Microsoft Glossary Centre

Source language(s): eng

Target language(s): all

Source: Microsoft / Michal Boleslav Měchura



An interface to the Microsoft Terminology Glossary and the Microsoft Community Glossary, two collections of Microsoft’s official computer terminology in English and 61 other languages.



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Is there a version which deals with windows strings? Dec 5, 2007

I have downloaded this resource which looks very useful as far as terminology goes.

However, it does not seem to have equivalents for Windows strings (eg: "Change the drive letter and path" in "Computer Manager" (right-click on "My Computer") in Windows XP).

Does anyone have any information about freely available Windows string glossaries? My particular interest is French English.

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No. Dec 5, 2007

I don't think such strings are available to anybody outside Microsoft. My website is based on whatever glossaries Microsoft has provided to the public for free, and those are presumably just a small subset of the glossaries Microsoft uses internaly.

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