Microsoft Edge Chromium lets you automatically translate a webpage not written in your browser’s default language.
Want to read a foreign language website in your native language?
Not every website supports multiple languages, and we often need the translators for that. Microsoft Edge has the Microsoft Translator built into the browser.
Here’s how to use the built-in Microsoft Translator feature and how to enable translation if it’s been disabled in your browser.
How to Translate a Page in Microsoft Edge
Firstly, start off by heading to a web page that you need to be translated. Windows and Mac users who use Edge will see the “Translate” window pop up in the top right-hand corner of the screen if they open a webpage with a foreign language.
Click on it and then choose the language you need the page translated to. Then click the “Translate” button.
From here, you can choose to “Show Original” to translate the page back into the original language, or you can click the dropdown “Not now” button for a few other choices.
Note: If you find that Edgehas misidentified which language the page is originally written in, you can also click “Change language” to set it straight.
If you don’t see the pop-up, the alternatif method
Go to the webpage you want to translate, right click and select Translate to English (or your selected language).
If it still doesn’t appear, it is probably disabled in settings.
How to Turn Translation On or Off in Microsoft Edge
To turn it on, click the Menu button (three dots) in the upper-right corner of the screen. Then click Settings
Now turn on the “Offer to translate pages that aren’t in the language I read” switch.
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Published on: Apr 9, 2021 -Last edited:05-02-2022