What is en , en-UK, en-US, & English International??

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  1. iqbal88

    iqbal88 MDL Novice

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    Hello Dear,

    It is very much confusing fact that M$ added prefix (sometime suffix) to their various release (like ISO).
    But what does the prefix/suffix mean actually??

    The 4 fact are:

    en_windows_7_*
    en-gb_windows_7_*
    *client_en-us_Retail_Ultimate*
    *32BIT_Eng_Intl_MLF*
    *64BIT_English_MLF*

    Acctually what does they mean??
    What are the difference among the release version??

    Experts, Please help me
     
  2. lobo11

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    #2 lobo11, Jun 23, 2016
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    Hello Dear,
    where is MD Paul Desmond when we need him, lol, j/k:p
     
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  3. PhaseDoubt

    PhaseDoubt MDL Expert

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    There are subtle differences in English spoken in various parts of the world. For instance, depending on the exact word you might see an "s" or a "z" ... realization vs. realisation maybe. It all boils down to essentially a dialect sort of thing, accepted spelling and grammar rules and acceptable idioms for a given region or country.
     
  4. Myrrh

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    #4 Myrrh, Jun 23, 2016
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    As far as Microsoft is concerned:

    If you see en, English, en-us, it's referring to that variant used in the United States.
    Pretty much everywhere else uses International English aka en-gb.

    as far as the standard language codes:
    the first half is the language, the second half is the region of the world it applies to, example en-us is English, United States.
     
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  5. SAM-R

    SAM-R MDL Guru

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    EN-US is USA English
    EN-GB is Great Britton English
     
  6. iqbal88

    iqbal88 MDL Novice

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    So, What is the International English?? or common english according to M$?

    en-US?
    en-GB?
     
  7. 100

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    I think it would be "very much confusing" if the file name didn't indicate what language it is...

    In what language is it spelled "Great Britton"?
     
  8. T-S

    T-S MDL Guru

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    It depends.

    Do you want a trash can or a dust bin on your desktop? :biggrin:
     
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  9. lobo11

    lobo11 TOMAHAWK CHOP

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    If this is from your mother and she is not familiar with downloading iso's to USB drives or burning iso to a disc, then do not mess with it, also how do you know it is official Microsoft ISO and not some scam.:D
     
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  10. iqbal88

    iqbal88 MDL Novice

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    #10 iqbal88, Jun 23, 2016
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    (OP)
    >en-US = United State
    >en-GB = United Kingdom or Great Britain

    OKkkkkk

    If the is situation is like that, so what??

    en = ?
    Eng_Intl =?
    English = ?
     
  11. 100

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    No need to keep asking when the answer has already been posted in this thread.
     
  12. lobo11

    lobo11 TOMAHAWK CHOP

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    What do you mean so what, a scam is a scam
     
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  13. iqbal88

    iqbal88 MDL Novice

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    Look after the gold box :eek:

    Windows 10 > [Baidu] Windows 10 All Languages [Education(N)|Enterprise(N)|Pro(N)|SL]

    GezoeSloog Post
     
  14. EFA11

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    a rubbish receptacle thank you very much :p
     
  15. EFA11

    EFA11 Avatar Guru

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    quite simple. anything with only
    EN
    UK
    GB
    are exactly what they say they are.

    EN-US is standard US english, anything international or INTL is Klingon :D
     
  16. SAM-R

    SAM-R MDL Guru

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    I use Spell Checker, but it didn't catch it.
     
  17. iqbal88

    iqbal88 MDL Novice

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    So, I could finalize the answer of the thread in this way:

    en-US =>
    United State Standard English

    en-GB =>
    United Kingdom or Great Britain English

    en =>
    United State Standard English

    Eng_Intl =>
    United Kingdom or Great Britain English

    English =>
    United State Standard English


    :)
     
  18. MrMagic

    MrMagic MDL Guru

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    No, all the above are French and Spanish
     
  19. brownimfc

    brownimfc MDL Senior Member

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    Surely en-us is simplified English...





    I'll get my coat
     
  20. EFA11

    EFA11 Avatar Guru

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    Thankfully we are not talking about this.


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    explain that fellas HAH!