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Win95 Pan European?

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"The Pan European version is an English version of Windows 95 that also
includes Cyrillic (Russian, Bulgarian, Byelorussian, Ukrainian), Greek,
Latin 2 (Albanian, Polish, Croatian, Czech, Hungarian, Romanian, Slovak,
Slovenian), and Turkish support."


It is a Win95 multi-language?
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No, it's in English, but it can also display characters existing in all these languages, thus software localized into these languages can run on it, and you can read and write documents in these languages, but the actual operating system is still in English, just as the Pan-European version of Windows 3.1.

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- empireum: Pan-European Windows 3.1? Does it even exist? I know Windows 3.1 for Central and Eastern Europe, of which two versions were released, one in 1992, and one 1993, which contained support for two keyboard layouts. But both of them only had Code Page 1252 (Western) replaced with Code Page 1250 (Central-European).
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Post by empireum »

@OBrasilo
That was the version I meant, sorry, got the names mixed up.

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