How to Enable or Disable Translation in Chrome

Google Chrome allows you to automatically translate a web page that is not written to your default browser language.


This Chrome Service is embedded in the program by 2014 and you do not have to install any extra extension. The same service is also available as an extension to the Chrome Web Store, as “Google Translate”. It has some differences with the built-in, as it can translate selected words but generally it is the same service. Of course, like most online translation software, it can be a bit unreliable.

How to Enable or Disable Embedded Translate in Chrome
Step 1: Click the three vertical dots on the top right of the Chrome browser to expand the menu and from there click on "Settings".

Alternatively, you can type chrome: // settings / your address bar to go directly there.

Step 2: In the "Settings" menu, scroll down to the bottom of the page, and click "Advanced".

Step 3: Scroll down a bit until you see the Languages ​​heading, then click "Language".

Step 4: By default, Chrome has enabled translation. If you want to disable this feature, click the "Suggest translating pages that do not appear in your reading language" button. If you want to continue using the translation feature, do nothing but just turn it on.

If the service is enabled, when navigating to a website that is in a foreign language, a "Google Translate" icon appears in the address bar and a window automatically suggests that you translate the webpage. You can press the "Translate" button to translate the foreign page into your own language.

You can also click the "Options" button to see the options you have, such as always translating the language, never translating the language, or never translating the current site. You can also change the language settings.



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