here to go to the WorldAtlas.com website that lists the top
12 languages spoken in the world today. They are listed in the order
of the number of speakers.
Browsers in Foreign Languages
|If you need to
view a website that is not in the English language, there are several
options available. The common option is to install the necessary type fonts
used by the language on your computer. If you are using Microsoft's
Internet Explorer, it has many options for getting the fonts. Check
the IE Help Menu for information by searching for "foreign
Almost all foreign fonts are available
for free from various sources. Microsoft has made available just about
every foreign font you would need. You can even download, for free,
their CJK language Pac for Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Netscape and
other browsers can also show you how to get foreign fonts for their
Some websites that use foreign fonts let you download fonts free to
view their pages. Check a browsers help, online help and knowledge
base for information on foreign fonts.
Resources page at the Internet Public Library site has links to
all the major browsers in the world. The CNET Browsers Topic
page has an excellent review of browsers and links to all the major
ones. You can also submit a browser question to an expert.
We have only found a few places that have on-line reviews of language
products (books, software, CD-ROM, audio/video).
1. The SREB EvaluTech website.
John Buckman did an Evaluation
of all the Windows Spanish Learning CD-ROMs on the market in the spring
language software review section.
4. Amazon.com has customer reviews of their books, software and other
Computer magazines, from time to time, review foreign language
If you know of any other web sites that have language product
evaluations on-line, please email us using the feedback from in the