In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to turn translation On or Off in Google Chrome for all websites with a different language other than the user’s default or better known as “locale”.
Google Chrome enables its users to automatically translate any web page to another language, just as soon as the page loads completely. However, in most cases, the users will have to turn on this functionality. Just like most other translation softwares out there, the translation option offered by Chrome is not always reliable but at least 89.99% – 90.99% accurate.
The translation of web pages in Chrome can further assist freelancers in some fields like Translators, Content Writers, Transcribers, Bloggers, Project Writers and Developers, Software engineers, teachers, social media marketers, and many more specialists.
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So below, I will also attach screenshots for easy comprehension of this guide. Let’s get started!
How to Turn Translation On or Off in Google Chrome Browser.
Locate Google Chrome on your smartphone or computer then type on the address bar chrome://settings/ and hit enter key. This will take you to the settings page automatically.
Once you are in the Settings menu of Chrome, click on “Advanced.”
Scroll a little bit until you find the heading “Languages.” Click on the drop-down arrow by the right side of the default language.
By default, Chrome has the translation option enabled. But if you do not want the translation service in your web pages, then you can toggle the option to turn it off.
For some users who have more than one language installed on their Chrome, the translation service for those languages will be turned off by default unless you want to enable the translation for those other languages too. Then, you will need to toggle on the translation button. Whenever you visit a website with certain language, Google Chrome will ask you for which language to translate to.
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