Microsoft's Win 8 breaks language barrier in Rwanda

From IT News Africa news alert Mon Jan 14 2013, 02:23:43

The New Times reports on Microsoft's announcement that it has made Windows 8 available in Rwanda's main language, Kinyarwanda.   The offering was launched in October last year and is said to be...

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