Microsoft has released language support for Internet Explorer 9 for 53 additional languages. This makes Internet Explorer 9 now available in a total of 93 languages, making it now available in more local languages than any other browser on Windows.
Here is a chart which shows the total number of languages available, with the ones now introduced being shown in blue color.
Firefox is available in 86 languages, followed by Chrome 11 at 45, Opera 11 at 44 and Safari 5 at 16.
Visit the IE9 worldwide download page to download in in the language of your choice.
The English version of IE9 works with all versions of Windows Vista and Windows 7, so you can install it on any version of Windows. You can install the localized versions of Internet Explorer 9 in a language that only matches your version of Windows. If you have a multi-lingual Windows or if you have already installed IE9 English can install Internet Explorer 9 language packs.
Microsoft also plans to start offering IE9 in the 53 new languages starting next week via Windows Updates and expects to complete the roll out by June-end.
IEAK9 therefore now supports building custom IE9 packages in all these 93 languages.