Windows 7 in Māori is now available for download.
Māori is the second official language of New Zealand (the other being English).
Fun Facts about Māori:
Click here for more information from Wikipedia about the Māori language
Please note that the Māori Windows 7 LIP can only be installed on a system that runs an English client version of Windows 7. It is available for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems. The Māori Windows 7 LIP is produced as part of the Local Language Program.
Is your language not available for Windows 7? Check this post for info on what other languages are coming to Windows 7 in the near future.
Terminology and the user interface translations for Amharic will be available on Microsoft Language Portal site in February.
New Zealand actually has three official languages, Māori, English, and New Zealand sign language.
How do I find an English user guide, it's all in Maori!
I guess you mean the download page? It's only available in Maori, but you basically just need an English Windows 7 installation and then click the appropriate button ("Tikiake") to download either the 32-bit or the 64-bit version.