Windows 3.1xE

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Windows 3.1xE
Basic Information
Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Corporation
Type(s)
Operating System
80286 and IA-32
Status(es)
Unsupported
Microsoft Windows
Predecessor
Windows 3.0
Successor
Windows 3.11
Platform(s)
MS-DOS
United Nations International Release Date(s)
MS-DOS
November 1993
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Windows 3.1xE (officially known as Windows 3.1 for Central and Eastern Europe) is a graphical operating system released by Microsoft Corporation in November 1992. It included support for the Cyrillic alphabet, and included fonts with diacritical marks characteristic of Central and Eastern European languages, such as Czech and Polish. Support officially ended on December 31, 2001.