With Google Chrome, you can automatically translate a web page that is not written in your browser's default language. Like most online translation programs, it can be a bit unreliable. If you don't need it, or if you use a different translation service, turn off Chrome.
How to enable or disable translation
The first thing you want to do is open Chrome, click the menu icon, and then click "Settings." Alternatively, write
chrome: // settings / in the address bar to go there directly.
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Browse a little longer until you see the languages heading, then click on "Language."
By default, Chrome has enabled translation. To disable this feature, click the Shift button in the Shutdown mode. to use the translation feature, do nothing.
When navigating to a site such as aut Ommatically translated by Chrome, a Google Translate icon appears in the omnibox. To see what is available for the site or language-specific options, click the Translate icon.
From here you can choose to "Show original" to translate the page back to the original language, or you can click on the "Options" drop-down menu For some other choices, such as translating the language always, never translate the language, or never translate the site in question. You can also change the language settings.
If you have more than one language for your browser and you want a particular language to be translated automatically when navigating to a page. By default, additional language translation is turned off, but if you prefer Chrome to handle these languages, click on more (three dots next to one language) next to the language and select "Offer to translate pages in this language" environment. This lets Chrome translate specific languages for you in the future.