Most of our products support multiple languages. You can create your own language files, or download language files here.
All language files listed in this page were created by users. We do not provide any kind of support. Please download and use them at your own risk.
You can download language files here. To use a language file, copy it to the sub-folder Lang of program folder of related product, then launch main program, find the option for changing language, activate the new language.
Polish_passworddoor_9_0.ini by Andrzej Mazurkiewicz.
Czech_passworddoor_9_0.ini by Zajko.
French_passworddoor_8_4.ini by Frédéric Dectot.
Italiano_passworddoor_8_4.ini by Burgio Salvatore.
Deutsch_passworddoor_8_4.ini by Contor.
Polish_internetlock_6_0.ini by Andrzej Mazurkiewicz.
Nederlands_internetlock_5_3.ini by E. Blankestijn.
Czech_internetlock_5_3.ini by Zajko.
French_internetlock_5_2.ini by Frédéric Dectot.
Italiano_internetlock_5_2.ini by Burgio Salvatore.
Espanol_internetlock_5_2.ini by Javier Sánchez.
Polish_filelock_7_0.ini by Andrzej Mazurkiewicz.
Polish_filepulverizer_6_0.ini by Andrzej Mazurkiewicz.
If a product supports multiple languages, it will contain a folder Lang in its program folder with an example language file English.ini. You can copy the English.ini to a new file (e.g.: French.ini) in the same folder and modify the new file to translate it.
You are always welcome to share language files you created with other users, please send language files to us and we will publish them here.Please include the following information when sending language file to us:
It's highly recommended to set the language file name to be language_product_version.ini like files in this page (e.g. French_passworddoor_8_4.ini).