Understanding Windows® 7 feedback from around the world
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Microsoft received a lot of bugs from customers all over the world as Windows 7 beta is positioned into five languages and globally enabled for hundreds more. These bug reports will help Microsoft improve Windows 7 more and Microsoft is devoting much time to reading customer bug reports to determine product issues. Microsoft looks for ways not only to understand their feedback, but also to address it as quickly as possible because bugs come from worldwide customers in many languages. This has sometimes posed quite a challenge as the received bug reports are in different languages that customers speak worldwide.
Microsoft has handled many multilingual bug reports in the past manually, where they manually translated all the bugs one-by-one and bugs were examined individually by the team that owned the affected component. This is a error-prone and time-consuming exercise that diverse as the Windows 7 beta.
Once all the bug reports have detected, Microsoft took the resulting text and use the machine translation support. The engineers can then search the feedback database for specific features or areas of functionality. This also helps to ensure international application compatibility, as by these feedbacks you can learn about all the application compatibility problems. Machine translation allows us to determine which issues might require further investigation but it does not provide a perfect translation.
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