Explore Windows Live site is now available in 48 languages, across 78 markets

Explore.live.com the central portal for all Windows Live Service and software is now available in 48 languages, across 78 markets.

Middle East (Arabic)Bulgaria (Bulgarian)Middle East (Arabic)Spain (Catalan)Czech Republic (Czech)Denmark (Danish)Austria (German)Switzerland (German)Germany (German)Greece (Greek)Australia (English)Canada (English)UK (English)Indonesia (English)Ireland (English)India (English)Malaysia (English)New Zealand (English)Philippines (English)Singapore (English)US (English)Middle East (English)South Africa (English)Argentina (Spanish)Chile (Spanish)Spain (Spanish)Mexico (Spanish)US  (Spanish)LATAM ROR (Spanish)Estonia (Estonian)Spain (Basque)Finland (Finnish)Belgium (French)Canada (French)Switzerland (French)France (French)India (Gujarati)Israel (Hebrew)India (Hindi)Croatia (Croatian)Hungary (Hungarian).

Indonesia (Indonesian)Italy (Italian)Japan (Japanese)India (Kannada)Korea (Korean)Lithuania (Lithuanian)Latvia (Latvian)India (Malayalam) – India (Marathi) – Malaysia (Malay (Malaysia))Norway (Norwegian – Bokmål)Belgium (Dutch)Netherlands (Dutch)Poland (Polish)Brazil (Portuguese (Brazil))Portugal (Portuguese (Portugal))Romania (Romanian)Russia (Russian)Slovakia (Slovak)Slovenia (Slovenian)Serbia (Serbian (Cyrillic))Serbia (Serbian – Latin)Sweden (Swedish)India (Tamil)India (Telugu)Thailand (Thai)Turkey (Turkish)Ukraine (Ukrainian)Vietnam (Vietnamese)China (PRC) (Chinese (Simplified))Hong Kong (Chinese (Traditional))Taiwan (Chinese (Traditional))

Windows Live helps you keep in touch from your PC, phone, or the web, send rich email, IM or video chat, and share social updates. And with Windows Live Essentials on your PC, you can do even more with your photos, videos, and email. Windows Live Essentials is free and includes Windows Live Messenger, Photo Gallery, and Movie Maker.

Via MSDN Blogs.

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