Windows 7 Urdu LIP now available

If you like you Windows 7 in Urdu, the national language of Pakistan, then download the latest Windows 7 Language Interface Pack (LIP) now.

Click here to download the Urdu Windows 7 LIP via the Download Center.

Please note that the Urdu Windows 7 LIP can only be installed on a system that runs an English client version of Windows 7 and is only available for 32-bit systems.

If you are looking for the Urdu LIP for Windows Vista then try here


Comments (5)

  1. Azeem says:

    It may be Pakistan's National language but it is Indian language as it was born in India.

  2. robmar says:

    Thanks for the clarification on that Azeem

  3. Hassan says:

    MR. Azeem may not be right…

    Urdu/Hindi/Hindustani is one language..

    Before 1947 India and Pakistan was one single country called as "Hindustan" or "United India"…and Urdu/Hindustani was the main/national language of that was formed with combination of Turkish, Farsi and Arabic..Urdu is a Turkic word which means "Army encampment"..Later the Hindus changed the script of the Urdu language with "Gormukhi script" and changed of many Arabic/Farsi words with Sanskrit language and called this changed Urdu language as "Hindi"..Later Urdu was called as language of Muslims of Hindustan and Hindi was called as language of Hindu..This division of Urdu (and Hindi) language on religious basis was one of the main reasons of division of India into two states i.e. Pakistan (where Muslims were in majority) and India (Hindu majority) (see Hindi-Urdu Controversy of 1867)

    After 1947, Urdu become the National Language of Pakistan and In India, Urdu is spoken in places where there are large Muslim minorities or cities which were bases for Muslim Empires in the past.

    since 1947 then Pakistan produced many classic and great poets, writers, scholars in Urdu language…and now many Microsoft Products including Windows 7, Vista and XP have been localised into Urdu language by team of professional Pakistani Urdu translators…

  4. Zeshan says:

    Mr Hassan is absolutely right. He described the reality in a very good way. It's true that there is a large difference between Urdu and Hindi. As the name Hindi suggest, it is spoken by Hindus and it's their identification, and Urdu is the national language of Pakistan and it is a combination of many languages. The word "Urdu" means "The language of the soldier", means it is a mixture of different languages which were spoken by soldiers of all over the Sub-continent. Later is was named "Urdu". A big clash between Hindus and Muslims had been occurred in 1967, commonly known as "Hindi-Urdu Controversy".

    So don't ever again mix up Urdu with any other language. Urdu has its unique identification. We don not have to convince people about it, because normal people know that Urdu is a national language of our beloved Pakistan.


    A great Urdu poet "DAAGH DEHLVI, داغ دہلوی " writes:

    اردو ہے جس کا نام ہمی جانتے ہیں داغ

    سارے جہاں میں دھوم ہماری زباں کی ہے


    The language, which is grandiosely known in all over the world.

    It is Urdu, and it is our language.

    I just contributed a little bit of my duty to serve my mother language.

    Still if anybody confuses Urdu with any other language, then it's s/he must be ignorant.


    A student of I.T

  5. Amir Sayed says:

    Its really good to know that people are taking urdu as a language seriously.