How You Can Translate A Web Page in Chrome, Firefox and Edge?

If you have seen the web page in another language and you wanted to see that page in your preferred language then you can easily translate it in Chrome, Firefox and in MS Edge. In this blog, you will read how to easily translate a web page in your browser. For technical support, you can anytime contact to the expert of Microsoft Office through www.office.om/setup.

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Translate a Web Page in Chrome:

For this, first you have to open the web page which you want to translate in Chrome. Now, in the address bar which is at the top of the screen, you should click on the Translate This Page icon. Here, Chrome will automatically show this icon where it will identify the language of the page is not in English. Now, in the pop-up menu, you have to click on English or on your preferred language. Then you will see all the text of the page will now show in the language which you have selected.

In case, you wish Chrome to automatically translate this language, then you should click on the checkbox for Always translate. If you want to see other options, then you should click on the three dots just to open the Translate menu.

 Translate Web Page in Microsoft Edge:

This browser is slightly different from Chrome, but you can still change the language on web pages which appears in the Edge browser. For this, first you have to open the web page which you want to translate in Microsoft Edge. Now, in the address bar which is located at the top of the computer screen, you should click on the Show Translation Options icon. Here, you will see Edge will automatically show this icon when it identifies the language of the page is not appearing in the language which you selected during setup. Then, the drop-down window will automatically select your primary language. After this, you should click on Translate. Now, you will see all the text on the page will display in your primary language. You can also select a different language in the Translate To drop-down menu, or you can click on the checkbox for Always translate pages from option if you always want this language. this blog

Translate a Web Page on Firefox:

Firefox doesn’t have a built in translation tool. Here, you have to install one tool through a Firefox add-on. Then, first you should start Firefox and then you have to click on the three horizontal lines which is located at the top right of the window. Now, this is Firefox’s menu. In the drop-down menu, you have to click on Add-ons. Here, you have to install the add-on of your choice. You will see a variety of translation add-ons, you can easily choose it. The add-on which will properly works to translate the entire web page is Translate Web Pages, which is used by Google as its translation engine. After this, you should click on Add to Firefox. In case, you have chosen Translate Web Page, then you will find an icon for it which is located at the right of the search box. You just have to click it and then you should click on Translate to view the text of the web page in a different language.

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