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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 in video gaming|1992]. It included support for Cyrillic, 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.