WindowsReport reaches 600,000 readers on the French version

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There is a chance you already knew this, but maybe, just maybe you missed it. WindowsReport caters to people in need of a helping (but mainly technically-skilled) hand all over the world.

A for now lesser-known brother of our site is WindowsReport FR that obviously addresses people from France, Canada, Belgium, and any other French-speaking or francophile audience.

When we decided to localize WindowsReport for our French-speaking audience, we didn’t actually realize we would get instant traffic this fast.

Basically, in just the 3 months of localizing a couple of articles, we went from 0 to 25,000 monthly users.

It’s smaller, sure, but equally determined to provide answers to haunting Windows problems, detailed guides on how to fix the peskiest of errors, and clever tips on how to avoid them altogether.

You can also trust to research, compare and retrieve the most complete technical sheets on software and hardware alike.

All that is for you to make an inspired choice of a product that will deliver what it advertises and for the right price.

We have been around for a while now, steadily growing and we are proud to shout out that WindowsReport has reached 600,000 readers on the French version.

While we’re not set on a wild-goose chase for notoriety at all costs, we strive to provide meaningful content for those in need of technical advice. And sure, a bit of recognition did not kill anyone so far, has it?

But hold on there, the most exciting part is yet to come! New versions of WindowsReport are under construction and soon to be made available for Italian and Portuguese-speaking audiences.

As you can see, multi-culturalism and diversity are not just trendy concepts for us. They contribute to the definition and subsequently to shaping our goals and policies.

So stay tuned to not miss a thing!