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Orkut now in customized languages i.e. Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, Bengali
September 1, 2007, 8:28 am
Filed under: Google

Orkut now in customized languages i.e. Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, Bengali After a long period research, Orkut has introduced the portal in 5 new Indian languages so as to make this awesome website accessible to more of the techsavy Indians. Now Orkut is avaliable in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, and Telugu.

Already, Indians share a large part of Orkut and this step of Google will enable more of them to join and shake hands with the world through Orkut.
With the introduction of these languages which covers 80% of the India, Googlers hope that more Indians will be able to come close and communicate in their native languages. Google say that this only for a start, going forward they will be introducing more of the Indian languages in Orkut.

Orkut now in customized languages i.e. Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, BengaliViewing the orkut site in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil or Telugu (or any one of our other 12 languages) is easy.

Click the settings button under your profile photo (or click the blue settings link at the top of any page). On the general tab, choose your preferred display language from the drop-down menu at the top of the page. Click save changes.
If you are having trouble reading languages on the “Settings” page, it is likely that your browser scripts have not been updated. For Internet Explorer, proceed to “Tools” and then “Windows Update”. Here you should accept the Windows XP Service Pack 2 update. All languages are included in this update.
Enjoy!!!…
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