Have you ever seen a web page that is not written in your browsers default language? Will you just leave that web page and look for another only because you don’t understand its content? Many have decided to close that web page entirely and search for a new one, but is this the best option? Is there a way you can read a web page that is not written in your browsers default language?

One good thing about google chrome is that it enables you to translate a web page not written in your browsers default language. Are you finding it hard to turn translation on or off in Chrome, this article will help you immensely on how to do that?

Tips On How To Turn Translation On or Off In Chrome

Step 1: Firstly, all you need to do is to fire up Chrome, click the menu icon and then take your cursor to “Settings” and click on it, alternatively, you can type chrome://settings/ into the address bar

Step 2: On the setting menu, scroll down to the bottom and click on “Advanced.”

Step 3: Scroll down a little more until you see the language heading, use the drop-down tool by the right corner of the screen to select your preferred language

Note: Chrome has translation enabled so if you want to disable this feature take your cursor to the toggle button and click the toggle button into the off position. But if you still want to continue with the translate feature just leave it the way it was.

Whenever you are trying to access a site that has been automatically translated by Chrome, you will notice that a google translate icon appears in the Omnibox. Then if you want to see what is available for the site or language-specific option, take your cursor to the “Translate Icon” and click on it.

What if you have more than one language added to your browser? What Chrome does is just to offer to translate the web page to your browsers primary language. By default Chrome’s translating of additionally added languages is switched off. But what if you want to add more additional language to your browser? Chrome can still handle such, the only thing you need to do is to click on “more” or click the three dots next to language and then click on “offer to translate pages in this language” setting. Chrome can now translate specific language or additional language for you in the future.

To Write A Webpage In An Unsupported Language

Sometimes you might need to write a webpage, but you realized that the language you want to use is an unsupported language, you couldn’t find it in your browser’s language, in other words, that language is a language that your computer doesn’t understand, will you stop writing only because you want to use an unsupported language? The answer is emphatic no. to do this the only thing you need to do is to use the “google input tool” you will see it in chrome extension. If you are making use of windows, you will need to configure your windows language settings to add East Asian language or any other language that is making use of a complex script.

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