And you thought Windows Ultimate Extras was a complete joke. Well, OK. You were right. But here we are, just 10 short months after Vista shipped to consumers, and Vista Ultimate users now have an amazing array .. of ... well, hmm. OK, I can't really continue this one with a straight face. But apparently the guys over at theWindows Vista Ultimate Blog can, God love 'em:

We are pleased to announce the release of the remaining 19 languages packs for Windows Vista Ultimate. This Ultimate Extras release brings the total number of language packs for use with Windows Vista Multilingual User Interface Pack (MUI) to 35. Windows Vista Ultimate enables users install multiple languages on their system and quickly switch between them by associating a system language with their login name.

MUI is particularly useful in multilingual homes where multiple people use a single computer and choose different languages for their primary use. People who wish to learn a new language will also find MUI to be a particularly useful feature.  We are aware of a very large number of customers who have purchased Ultimate for this feature specifically and are gratified that these customers can now realize the full benefit of Windows Vista Ultimate.

The languages we are adding today are as follows:

Arabic
Bulgarian
Croatian
Czech
Estonian
Greek
Hebrew
Hungarian
Latvian
Lithuanian
Polish
Portuguese (Portugal)
Romanian
Serbian (Latin)
Slovak
Slovenian
Thai
Turkish
Ukrainian

In addition to the release of the remaining Language Packs, a component in the language pack installation process called lpksetup.exe has also been updated. This updated component addresses previous issues which some customers have experienced with language pack installations and so it is recommended that you download and install this component first.  The updated lpksetup.exe can be found on Microsoft Download Center at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/942903

Nothing like putting the onus on the user there, eh Microsoft? Geesh.