We have the privilege of serving more than 400,000 users in over 135 countries. Understandably, not all of these wonderful people communicate in English or French. Or even if they do, they may feel more comfortable communicating in their native language. That’s where Devolutions Localizer enters the picture.

Devolutions Localizer is our very own ultra-awesome Remote Desktop Manager translator portal. If you wish to participate, you simply log into the portal whenever you wish, and translate as much (or as little) as you want of Remote Desktop Manager from the original English or French, into your native language – or native languages, if you are multilingual superstar.

Progress Update

To date, our incredible community has translated Remote Desktop Manager into the following languages:

  • Chinese (Traditional, Taiwan)
  • German
  • Portuguese (Brazil)
  • Russian
  • Turkish

Our community has also completed partial translations in the following languages:

  • Dutch (74%)
  • Italian (62%)
  • Polish (49%)
  • Spanish (21%)
  • Swedish (35%)
  • Ukrainian (59%)

We Need Your Help

We really need your help to complete the languages listed above, so if you’re well-versed in any of those languages we hope that you’ll participate. We also invite you to start a translation from scratch in ANY of the 7,111 languages spoken today (OK, maybe we don’t really need to translate Remote Desktop Manager into Arikapu, which in 1998 was spoken by only six people, but you get the idea!).

Extra Incentive

It’s always nice to make a positive difference in the lives of others, and that’s what you’ll be doing if you participate. After all, we all need to control the IT chaos, regardless of the language we speak. But to make things even more rewarding, we are offering the most valuable contributor in each language $500 and a Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise Site License!

Ready to Participate?

If you’re ready to participate, please sign up here. Remember, you can login whenever you wish, and complete as much or as little as you like. You can even put the accomplishment on your resume/CV, which could move you ahead in your career!