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How to improve the default translation language on Chrome


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I’m typically a Mac consumer, but due to the fact I’m at present screening the Razer Blade notebook, I have been pressured to briefly change to Windows. In some way, Chrome for Home windows figured out my mother tongue is Bulgarian, and automatically established the browser’s default translation language to Bulgarian — even even though I want to translate pages to English.

The good news is, modifying the default translation language is fairly basic. Here’s how to do it:

  • When you open up any web site in a international language, you will see the Translate icon at the correct facet of the URL bar. Click on it.

  • This will open the Translate settings.
  • Open up the ‘Options’ drop-down menu (selections will sit still left of ‘Translate’ on MacOS), and head to ‘Change languages.’

  • Choose your preferred translation language (in my scenario, English).

Any time you take a look at a foreign language page now, you can proper-simply click (or use the Translate icon in the URL bar) to translate it to your default language — without any need to have to decide on the chosen language manually.

Oh, by the way, this operates the similar way on each MacOS and Home windows.

Trust me, it’ll help save you some pointless nuisance.


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