This next generation of Windows Live, available at http://www.windowslive.com, will begin rolling out to customers in the U.S. over the coming weeks and will be made available globally in 54 countries and in 48 languages by early 2009. Today’s release not only marks a milestone in the evolution of the Internet, but also represents a key new opportunity for developers, advertisers and other organizations to build services that serve their respective constituencies.
*incoherent mutterings* US (not including me) and the rest of the world. Heard they’ll start on November 12th, and I’m really excited to see the new Windows Live. Then greeted by that. I believe that my update for Live HotMail is together with other non en-US users. So, should next time a user install Windows, or Windows Live, we just make a false claim that we’re in Uncle Sam instead of stating the real information because it’s the complete version. Ah, IIRC, the weather applet in Origami also needed en-US regional setting ?