Google Chrome lets you automatically translate web pages that are not written in your browser's default language. However, like most online translation programs, this can be somewhat unreliable. If you do not need it or use another translation service, you can disable Chrome:
Turning the translation on and off
The first thing you want to do is start Chrome. Click Click the menu icon, and then click Settings. Alternatively, you can enter
chrome: // settings / in your address bar to get there directly.
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Scroll down a bit until you see the languages heading, then click "Language
By default, translation is enabled in Chrome. To disable this feature, click the toggle button in the location "Off." If you want to continue using the translation feature, do nothing.
We When you navigate to a site that is automatically translated by Chrome, the Omnibox displays a Google Translate icon. Click the Translate icon to see which options are available for the website or for the language.
Here you can select "Show Original" to translate the page into the original language, or you can click on the "Options" drop-down list "For some other options, such as the Always translate language, never translate the language or never translate the current site. You can also change the language settings.
If more than one language has been added to your browser and you want a specific language to be translated automatically when you navigate to a page. By default, translating additional languages added is disabled. However, if you also want to use Chrome for these languages, click More Points next to the language (three dots next to a language) and select the Translate Translations To This Language check box. Frame. This will allow Chrome to translate certain languages for you in the future.