Microsoft has launched a Local Language Programme in which a free language interface pack, with more than 60 translations, allows people to use Internet technology in the language they are most comfortable with to learn and work, increasing productivity and self-expression.
What does LIP stand for?
LIP stands for Language Interface Pack (Microsoft Windows XP language localized "skin")
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 175 other meanings of LIP in our Acronym Attic
- Local Input/Output Subsystem/Subunit
- Long Island Orchid Society (est. 1953; Long Island, NY)
- League of Insurance Organizations of Ukraine
- Long Island Offshore Wind Initiative (New York)
- Long Island Offshore Wind Park (New York; US DOI)
- Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris
- Ladies Inter-Parish group
- Language in Performance
- Language in Play
- Language Industry Program (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
ISLAMABAD, April 13, 2011 (Frontier Star): Microsoft, under its project Language Interface Pack (LIP) Tuesday published Urdu version of their most wanted operating system Windows 7 and office 2010.
The US software giant also released 59 new Language Interface Packs for its latest-generation Windows 7 operating system and soon-to-be-released Office 2010 programs.
Free Welsh language Interface Packs are now available to download enabling Welsh speakers to work bilingually after 600,000 words were translated into Welsh.
ISLAMABAD, January 24, 2011 (Frontier Star): Microsoft, under its project Language Interface Pack (LIP) has published Urdu version of their most wanted operating system Windows 7 and office 2010.
This glossary formed the basis of the Language Interface Pack that then allowed developers to create, test and fine-tune the application for the Local Language Program.
The most severe of these vulnerabilities, MS06-003, has two exploit scenarios involving both the client side, with vulnerable versions of Outlook, Office Language Interface Packs, Office MultiLanguage Packs or Office Multilingual User Interface Packs, and the server side, with vulnerable versions of Exchange.
The introduction of the Welsh Language Interface Pack sees Welsh joining other computer languages such as Hindi, Irish and Maori.