PASSOLO from Pass Engineering is used for localizing software—that is, it helps users make translations of programs in one language so that it can be made available in another. As an example, a PASSOLO user might take a particular computer program available only in English, then use the program as his platform for creating a version of that program that has all the same features, with the only difference being that the English in the original program has been translated into Spanish. There are several versions of the software scaled according to different users’ needs, but the most important feature of PASSOLO is common to all of them: namely, the software is a WYSIWYG localization utility, one that does not require the user to work on the program’s code to carry out linguistic translation. Traditional localization originally demanded programming skills, but not when PASSOLO is involved.
While there is a single-user version of PASSOLO, there are others for multi-user enterprise applications, and some editions exist too that facilitate collaborative or team-based work in particular. PASSOLO is also exclusively for Windows computers—this is due to it being Unicode-based.
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